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Great that you posted, what is the question?

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I would like to ask anyone who has experiment on hook up....


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Do you have necessary cables to hook up balanced output? its 3 pin cable.
Please let me know to help you further.

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THERMOCOUPLE BAD ON MY REDDY HEATER MOD#TB101 CANT FIND PART # FOR IT


The Part # for the Thermocouple is 104146-05.

Keep in mind, DESA International is no longer in business, but I think you can find it at
www.reddyrparts.com

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I have a Peavey Valve King 112. When I plug in my guitar I get nothing.The power light is on and the preamp is on as well.There is just silince.No humming or crackling.


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There is a bridge rectifier and red and black wires jumping from preamp tube to preamp tube. These need to be resoldered, take it to your favorite pro audio service center. I'm doing this to the same amp right this minute! Send it to me, I'll fix it. Tom Peary Norman's Electronics Atlanta, Ga 770 451 5057 www.neiusa.com

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