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Old 30th October 2012, 10:47 AM   #11
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Hey there guys, I don't mean to hijack the thread but I'm having a problem with a friend's PA-4 that I need help on. I was playing a gig last weekend and I had a friend set up the PA before I arrived as I knew that I would be late. The DJ who was to begin spinning after I finished up decided not to plug the PA-4 into the Crate speakers I had supplied but instead into his own speakers (which look decidedly more intimidating). So I turn on the mixer head when I get there and there's not a spark of life to be seen. I'm presuming that the internal fuse is blown (we tried a few different power adaptors to no avail) so I've tried loosening the screws on the back of the console so I can see what's going on. One of the screws is being very stubborn and refuses to budge but I'd like to know if I can actually access the electronics by taking off the back plate before I get tough with the screw. Thanks in advance (I know very little about electronics so I might need more help before the thread is through!)
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