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Blown crossover Thank you very much for your help. The part number on the back of the crossover (front of the inputs/outputs?) is OLHK5058. I'm in Germany, my wife is in the USAF and we're stationed here. I've e-mailed Peavey, but haven't gotten a reply. Thanks again Dan.

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If you have problems getting part numbers or responses, please let me know and I'll make a few calls to Peavey.
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