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TRY CHANGING VOLE CONTROL BUTTON

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Why does my lowrey organ not make a sound after I have switched it on?


This is a generic answer for this kind of question.
When there is no sound
Check the obvious.
Is there a light on the organ indicating it is on?
  • Plug it in to a known working wall socket, switch on at the wall
  • Switch on at the organ, check light
  • Very old keyboards need a voice to be selected!!
  • Turn master volume up
  • Turn any other volumes up
  • i.e. lower manual volume
  • upper manual volume
  • swell pedals down
Sometimes a sustain pedal plugged into a volume pedal socket will mute the output, check this.
Headphones out, most headphones will turn speakers off, sometimes the headphone switch can be dodgy, work the headphone plug in an out a few times
There maybe a switch that turns off the speakers, look near the output sockets
Software volumes up, check display, if any.
MIDI instruments, check local control is ON
Still no sound?
Can you hear anything from the speakers?
Hiss or hum usually means the speaker is ok
Total silence may indicate speaker failure, but only if there is one speaker, as in older home organs, or smaller keyboards
Try headphones next, TURN Down master volume first just in case!
If there is some sound, very quiet and gross distortion then possible power amplifier failure.
If your instrument has any kind of line out as well as a headphone jack, try these.
The line output will likely be a pair of phono sockets,like you have on HiFi equipment, 1/4 inch, 6.35mm jacks, like the bigger headphone connector, a 3.5mm socket like the smaller headphone connector, or even a DIN connector on older equipment.
Connect these to the aux (or Line or CD) input on your HiFi, guitar amp or similar. (some times these outputs will drive headphones, usually you will only hear anything in the left side). If this works then it is very likely the power amplifier.
Further tests on MIDI equipped keyboards would be to see if the MIDI does anything.
If MIDI out works and there is no sound, and MIDI in makes a sound this points to local being off, buried somewhere in the menu will be local on or off, make sure it is on.
If MIDI out doesn't work then the failure is likely to be internal power supply or something else critical (not nnecessarily major).
Power amplifier failures in newer, low power, keyboards are often the power amplifier chips (i.c,s), older amplifiers may have just blown their fuses but one or more output transistors may have failed.
Cost of repair will be down to the time it takes to get to the fault, taking these to bits and putting them back can take a lot longer than the repair.!
Hope this helps, Chris the Fader

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Playing bar chord at A 5th fret fine move to 7th fret amp gets loud and pops. normal gain at 3 to 4 volume dwn wont do it


Sorry I remember now this is a solid state amplifier,
try electronics spray contact cleaner in the pots of the amp, you will need to unplug and remove the chassis of the amp to do this, there are little notches on the pots, that's where you want to spray, and work the nob back and forth completely, do this to all volume, treb, bass, etc... I know this will fix your problem because I have done this about 100 times servicing amplifiers, the way a solid state circuit works if the pots are dirty the circuit doesn't complete properly causing volume issues, really hope this helps?

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Having some negative issues while playing guitar through my amplifier.....


Have you checked all the other amp tubes? You may have a bad 12AX7 or 12AT7 tube.

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Setting up pv20 usb


http://www.peavey.com/products/index.cfm/item/699/116338/PV%26nbsp%3B20%26nbsp%3BUSB

Look under "Downloads" tab at bottom for owners manual info. In a nutshell...mic to mixer channel #1, mixer connected to power amplifier, amplifier connected to speakers. Start with zero volumes on all equipment, bring up amps 1st (1/2 volume) and then adjust mixer until sound is heard from the microphone.

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Behringer K3000FX Ultratone Keyboard Amplifier from day 1 has had a slight buzz


For a start , check headphones out.


• if it don't work , check power supply of the preamps.


• If it is OK, could probably the main amp have fail.

But check the main volume .

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Static at louder volumes


All you need to confirm is to remove the connection to the guitar, remove the jack and cord to the guitar and now check if the noise is prevalent at higher volume, when the volume control is turned up. If so the fault is with the cord , the jack or the gutiar pick up insulation or internal connection or shielding.
Cross check with a seperate cord or another amplifier to confirm the case.
If the noise is from within the amplifier then it is possible there is fault in the preamplifier, fault with shielding of the inputs or the preamp, broken groung connection.
Compliments of the Season.

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When i put up the volume in my pyramid amplifier it makes a weird noise?


Make sure system is properly grounded and ALL interconnected equipment is powered from the same receptacle or power conditioner. Use balanced audio lines. Avoid feedback from microphones.

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I'm missing the volume pot and dont know which one to buy. Its a champion 30 dsp fender guitar amp. Thanks


There are two volume controls. One is "drive volume" the other just "volume"

The plain volume control is a 50K ohm, linear taper.(A) old marking

The Drive volume is a 100K ohm Log taper.(C) old marking

Find suitablel parts at DigiKey.com or Mouser.com or find a Febder repair center to order the part.

From other than Fender, You may have to shorten the shaft with a hacksaw to match your needs.

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My guitar volume won't turn off


the problem i analyse is 1) the wires of the volume control (it has three wires wired to the input of the amplifier) wire 2 and 3 have got shortened.
2) the field effect transistor of the preamplifier has got shortened . the fet is in built in certain guitars.3) if its wire wound volume control then it has lost grounding , that is wire no 3 has lost its grounding (usually this is associated with a hum from the amplifier

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