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PEAVEY ECOUSTIC 112 W/ NO SOUND ----muted?

I do not see a master control reset. I have unplugged it and re-plugged it. I opened it yesterday and nothing seems to be loose. There is not a wire going to the pre amp out. I can hear it humm if you turn it up really loud, but nothing when you plug the instrument or any cord into any one of the 3 jacks in front.

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  • JayJay24 Nov 23, 2008

    I have the same problem...my Boss MT-2 is brand new, worked like a charm for a few weeks, then all of a sudden, stopped working...i can hear it distort faintly when i turn up the volume and distortion all the way up, but it is really soft. I think it must be a factory default.



    The pedal bypasses fine. Please let me know if anyone has a solution to this problem. Thanks!

  • Anonymous Dec 05, 2008

    It seems to work, i just have to turn the pedal and my amp up all the way, and its still very faint.

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TRY TO PUT SOME WD40 TO THE AMP IN JACK IN THE BACK.PUT A JACK IN AND OUT SEVERAL TIMES TO REFORM THE SWITCH INSIDE!THE SIGNAL FROM THE PREAMP DON PASS TO THE AMP!

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Then i'm afraid that your main board has a glitch that you can't repair. take it to a music shop they have the neccessary parts to repair this problem and they have the schematics that will show them which chip is faulty. i'm not sure how long you have had this amp but over time the heat causes the chips or tubes to fail. that is the best answer i can give you at this time anything else would just be a gues and a waste of time. good luck

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check all the wire connections

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