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Peavy bandit 110, unit powers up fine and plays ok then intermittently output drops way down. You can barely hear it. Sometimes it comes back by itself or by repowering. This happens on any input or selection

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You have some semi-conductor device that is effected by heat and is faulty. When it get's to hot it switches off, then it cools down and comes back to life. If this is a stereo amp and it happens on both channels then you are looking for a device that is used by both channels. The only way to find out which part is to use Servisol Freezer Spray on suspect parts. You wait while it plays up and then blast (only one at a time) the suspect part with the spray. If it comes back to life you have found the part that's faulty.

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SOURCE: problem with my Peavy CS 1200x power amp

The Idle bias or channel offset circuit is not functioning and the longer you wait before you have it repaired by a pro, the more its gonna end up costing you. At this point its probably just a small bias diode or even an channel bias alighnment .Good Luck

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It sounds the the speaker has damaged. Check it first. If it is found OK, check and replace the audio output card. It is faulty. If you wish to get more details, surf the following link. There are over two thousand and four hundred posts. All are related to television and other domestic electronic equipment service help. You can get a solution there. Type in the brand name to your device to its search box, can be located at the top right of the display window. It will make search easy. More than Nine Lakh viewers cannot be wrong.
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