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Hello John, the fuse is in the power input of Tu Peavey
If you notice, on the rear panel, where the power cord is plugged in, up on the same connector, you will see a horizontal cover that can be removed by placing a tip on the underside of this cover and pulling outwards, it will come out a plastic element, which holds the fuse, this element has an intermediate space where another spare fuse can be housed
I hope my comment has been useful and you can take out the fuse
Keep in mind that if you blow the fuse, because I pass, check the cables and speaker connectors, that do not have any short circuit
Greetings Franco Dosil

Hola John, el fusible se encuentra en la entrada de energ?a de Tu Peavey
Si te fijas, en el panel trasero, donde va enchufado el cable de corriente, arriba en el mismo conector, vas a ver una tapa horizontal que se puede sacar poniendo una punta del lado de abajo de esta tapa y haciendo fuerza hacia afuera, saldr? un elemento pl?stico, que sostiene al fusible, este elemento tiene un espacio intermedio donde se puede alojar otro fusible de repuesto
Espero que te haya servido mi comentario y puedas sacar el fusible
Ten en cuenta que si se quemo el fusible, porque paso,revisa los cables y los conectores de parlante, que no tengan ning?n cortocircuito
Saludos Franco Dosil

Peavey Music | Answered on May 23, 2019

You could try Googleing it, if you havn't already. Another method I've used on other guitars was to carfully remove the neck from the rest of the guitar. Manufacturers often put the production year on a tag or even printed directly on the wood body under the interfacing part of the neck. Some risk= "what if I damage my guitar?"

Peavey Music | Answered on Mar 17, 2019

Sounds like a faulty potentiometer. See if you can get to it and spray the inside with switch cleaner. Don't use WD40. The unit looks like a standard volume control, or does it switch in notches?

Oops, I missed it is a foot switch. Replace the switch or try to clean as above. If all three switches are giving the same problem and are known to work on other units, then they must be a bridging connection to its plug socket.


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Peavey Music | Answered on Feb 13, 2019

Not sure about the KB-1, but many newer Peavey amps
( A Vyper for example)
have the fuse soldered to the circuit board.
If you're going to go through the effort of soldering, I'd suggest buying, and soldering in, a rear panel accessible fuse holder, so you only need to do it once.

Peavey Music | Answered on Jan 29, 2019

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Peavey Music | Answered on Jan 27, 2019

Request the schematic diagram directly from Peavey.

Peavey Music | Answered on Jan 24, 2019

Turn your guitar away from the amp's speakers. The pickups on the guitar are feeding the amp's signal back into the amp creating a feedback loop, especially with the gain button on. Loud volumes cause this looping path between the amp speakers and guitar pickups. You may need to reduce amp volume also.

Peavey Music | Answered on Jan 21, 2019

What kind of casters are you installing? There are two types, ones that have a shaft sticking up from the base and ones that only have the flat base with four screw holes - I recommend using the flat base ones. There is no real easy way to open up the bottom of the cabinet as it is glued and then covered with the tolex or similar material. If you have the ones with a shaft I recommend getting the other type. The shaft has a socket you have to install in the bottom which makes them removable. There is no reason to remove the casters so get the ones that are screw mounted.

Peavey Music | Answered on Jan 18, 2019

Yes..these amps due have fuses.
Check to make sure the fuse is good, it should be close to the power cord in the back under a small, black, screw on type knob.
capture1-0ghfle5x44c02sj0jxmykf2w-1-0.png You should also check the power on/of switch and power cord for issues.

Peavey Music | Answered on Jan 16, 2019

First - Check the connections on the speaker itself - when speakers don't work. it's usually the wires from the power amp section to the speaker. If those are OK, try replacing or bypassing the headphone jack - you may have a short in the output jack. Good Luck

Peavey Music | Answered on Dec 26, 2018

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