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Peavey KB 100 Keyboard Amplifier How to remove chassis?

I'm stuck and need to get the chassis out so I can clean or replace the noisy pots.

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I figured this out myself. I was just babying it too much. Some tolex had bunched up between the metal chassis and the cabinet making it feel like it was caught on something. I used a flat edge screwdriver to flatten out the tolex, and then I was able to pull the chassis out the back of the cabinet.

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