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Old 5th August 2012, 08:52 PM   #1
Monsteranus is offline Monsteranus  United States
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Default Locating a power switch

I have a Mackie power amp where the power switch has failed. Its a T 120/55 case type rated for 20 amps. It has the switch on the right side with a green pilot light on the left.

Looking at all the markings on the case I dont see what looks to be a MFR. marking. One mark is a circle with BEAB in the circle.

I dont have the amp model number handy, will post later.
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