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Peavey XR 1600D has no effects coming out of mains

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If you have any cables from the effects inserts section of the board inserted, disconnect them. Check ALL sends levels. Check effects processor for L.E.D. signal. .(Assuming you are using the internal effects.)
Here is an excerpt form the manual:
https://assets.peavey.com/literature/manuals/80301359.pdf

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SOURCE: Hi, I have a Peavey XR 1600D Power Mixer That has

It is a pain... After opening the unit you will probably have to remove a lot of the knobs and jack hardware and a few screws to allow moving the board away from the face to get to the sliders.

PLEASE NOTE that often the sliders have many leads and getting ALL the solder removed so that part can be lifted out. I use a special desoldering tool that uses a vacuum source. If one doesn't quite get all the solder and forces the part out, you can lift circuit traces... USUALLY solder wick does NOT work adequately to remove the solder.

HINT: Wiggle each lead to make sure it is free of solder to the board before prying slider out.

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