Question about Peavey Sanctuary Series S14 Mixer
The answer here may actually not have anything to do directly with the mixing console itself.
Someone may simply have turned off the amplifiers if the mixers' internal amp is not being used.
If the internal amp IS being used, check the output level control on the back of the unit (or top if rack mounted vertically)
If that doesn't help, then you may have internally blown fuses and the unit needs to be serviced.
Posted on Apr 10, 2011
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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