Question about Peavey VTB1 1-Channel Amplifier
Got given a TNT 160, guy said it only needed a fuse, I replaced the fuses and it powers up but only the preamp input produces any sound.
In my experience fuses rarely blow due to age! I suspect that whatever the guy said the problem was it was really a faulty transistors or IC in the power amp board.
You can check transistors with an Ohm meter in circuit to some extent. (the ones with a scale and needle are best for this) Look for a short between the terminals of each power transistor on the heat sink first. If any transistor sends the meter full across (both ways) you have found the fault.
Posted on May 27, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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