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Turn off tuner Vypyr Nano Peavey

Hello, I have a problem with my amp. Because off the chromatic tuner mode, no sound is comming out from the amp. When I start the amp, there is just an "A" appearing on the tuner screen, and that's it. So, I'd like to turn it off, but I have no idea how to turn it off!

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Do you have the owners operation manual !

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1st off ,check the wire to the speaker. If that's ok then your headphone jack is broken inside. Peavey and others use cheesy headphone jacks.

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I'm not quite sure of how the two amps are interacting here, so I'd like to request that you describe the entire hookup. Sending a higher signal from the mixer should not be a problem, but something is wrong in the setup (I think). Please update this with a description of how you have the mixer and amps connected to the speakers. Thanks, Dan

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I realise this is a very old thread, but somebody may still be looking for a solution for this amp. There is a very common problem with the original 3-channel, 3 phone-jack version of this amp. ( and indeed, with a lot of amps that hold the main circuit board in place by using the front jacks and controls). over time, the connections to the input jacks fracture as the unit is moved around and subjected to different temperatures. You need to remove the head from the amp, disconnect the speaker wires and the reverb send-return cable, remove the main circuit board by unfastening all the front-panel jacks and controls and removing the 2 screws that hold the left side of the main board in place and the 2 screws that fasten the long aluminum heat-sink to the bottom of the chassis. Then you can pull the board free of the chassis ( if you are careful, you can do this without removing any more wires) ,and re-solder all the jack and pot connections along the front edge of the circuit board. This will last for a while, but does not permanently fix the problem. To fix it permanently, you should replace the 3 board-mounted input jacks with jacks that mount to the front chassis plate instead. They will have to be connected to the main board using shielded wire to keep noise out.

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