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These are hard to work on... but one possible thing is if you are using an XLR adapter that is going from balanced to unbalanced 1/4 inch plug. You need to go XLR to XLR on this one. The MONO adapters can ground out the signal as these things don't always drive balanced signals... The signals are also line level so one does NOT want to use an impedance converting adapter.
The preamp is mounted on the plate with the jacks and has pretty short leads that limits how far you can pull it out. Taking off the grille and removing the woofer to get access can be a pain, especially to get the grille back in with the rubber edging.
Of course there is always the possibilty that the driving op-amp on the preamp board could have been fried. Word of WARNING: Power ALL interconnected parts of your system from the SAME receptacle or source. Powering say a mixer from a receptacle at the back of the room and powered speakers from a receptacle at the front is a good way to have equipment fried by "ground bounce" on the power system. Run extension cord to your mixer from the front where speakers are powered!

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