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Peavey blazer 158 distortion on clean channel with speaker and headphones

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Hi I have written two troubleshooting guides on the issues you have try them at http://www.howtodothings.com/electronics/how-to-fix-the-fuse-on-your-guitar-amplifier

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Posted on Dec 13, 2008

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SOURCE: change the voltage from 240v to 120v

Hello,

Unless there is a 240/120 switch on the back, this amplifier cannot change voltage. The only way is to replace the power transformer, and when you do that you need to use the exact model transformer Peavey uses for the 120 version. I have also seen differences in handling power outside of just a different transformer for USA/Euro models.
The differences between these two market models might be beyond what is cost-effective to convert.

If it is the Peavey blazer 158, they go for as cheap as 100 bucks here in the states. Or buy one new for 120.00 bucks and 4.99 shipping: http://www.dcmusicstore.com/Peavey-blazer-158-guitar-amplifier

Best advice: sell it for what ever you can get and buy one here.

Hope this helps!
-mike

Posted on Apr 01, 2009

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SOURCE: Peavey Rage 158 guitar amp

I don't believe there is a power "outlet" on this, only an "inlet".

Usually the inlet will have a lead, often green, that goes to the chassis.

There will usually be two other wires, often black and white that connect to the other two pins.

From the back of the connector, with the center pin tied to the grenn wire of the triangle lower, the pin to the right should be the white and the pin to the left is the black wire

Posted on Jul 25, 2010

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Change the voltage from 240v to 120v


Hello,

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The differences between these two market models might be beyond what is cost-effective to convert.

If it is the Peavey blazer 158, they go for as cheap as 100 bucks here in the states. Or buy one new for 120.00 bucks and 4.99 shipping: http://www.dcmusicstore.com/Peavey-blazer-158-guitar-amplifier

Best advice: sell it for what ever you can get and buy one here.

Hope this helps!
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When I turn the power on on my Peavey blazer 158 guitar amp nothing happens. Is there a fuse?


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