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Peavey 112 max bass amp combo no power

I ahve a peavey bass amp 112 max combo amp that Will not turn on it dosent seem to be getting power .. Any ideas where i should start also a wiring diagram could be helpful ... thanks

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The amp is doing what is called "motorboating". This is usually caused when the voltages to sensitive preamp stages are inadequately filtered or regulated and the sudden load of the output stages cause a dip in the voltages sent to the preamps which in turn vary the input to the output stages starting the cycle over. This will require electronic troubleshooting and if your not skilled in that, then it is NOT a DIY fix. What you are seeing is NOT normal, there is a defect.

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