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William Kendrick


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Bedford Heights, Ohio, USA
Post Posted 16 Feb 2017 6:42 pm     Reply with quote

Just purchased a Peavey ProFex II. Every time I turn it on, it says "outputs muted." Only way I can see to get it back to normal is the reset method (depressing play and global as it turn it on), which resets it to factory settings. I can see that I will not be able to store any of my settings if I have to reset it every time I turn it on. HELP!
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Alan Cannell


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United Kingdom
Post Posted 16 Feb 2017 11:07 pm     Peavey Profex Reply with quote

First check battery , if it has one it may have leaked.....hopefully not!
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Ken Fox


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Nashville, GA USA
Post Posted 17 Feb 2017 5:47 am     Reply with quote

Battery is dead for sure. You really need to get rid of that battery and make sure any and all leakage is cleaned from the front and back of the circuit board.
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William Kendrick


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Bedford Heights, Ohio, USA
Post Posted 17 Feb 2017 7:29 am     Reply with quote

Battery is good. Bad power supply. Problem solved.
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Ken Fox


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Nashville, GA USA
Post Posted 17 Feb 2017 1:57 pm     Reply with quote

When the battery is dead you will lose all memory on power off. What happened is your battery finally got some charge from the power supply.

You need to leave it plugged in overnight to charge it to full capacity.

Be sure to check for battery leakage. Every battery used in these has or will leak eventually, no exception




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William Kendrick


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Bedford Heights, Ohio, USA
Post Posted 17 Feb 2017 2:08 pm     Reply with quote

Looks ugly! Thanks for the advice, Ken and Alan. I have ordered a new battery from Peavey.
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