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I have a peavey cs800 power amp that works fine but is missing one of the jumpers on the back pannel, witch leaves two of the inputs unuseable. i need another jumper. do you have a jumper or a diagram to jump manually. thanks very much. gary at gle music (

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Thanks for the offer guys. im going to check with some local repair shops first. if that fails, ill get back to you. gary at gle music inc.

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