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THE U &L SOLO PANEL PLAYS VERY LOW NO VOLUME YOU CAN HEAR IT VERY LOW WHEN VOLUME IS SET AT HIGH AND SWELL IS AT HIGH ALL WORKS JUST NO VOLUME

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Who would have any idea of what make or model device you have? Sounds like some brand of organ. We are not mind readers on this forum.

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Next plug a LOW impedance device OR even an instrument cable into the power amp "input" jack. Do this with the power off then warm amp up.
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