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Steven Black


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Gahanna, Ohio, USA
Post  Posted 2 Sep 2019 7:48 am    
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Hello everyone, I have a Peavey Session 2000 amp with a Micro controller and a Peavey PX300, I powered up the 2000 amp and the LCD keeps flashing on and off, does the Micro controller need to be connected to stop the LCD from flashing? I also have a ram card for the amp, i have a manual for it just no cords to hook up micro controller, or is something wrong with the amp causing the LCD display to flash on and off?. Steve Black 614-562-2291, email Black43230@yahoo.com
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Jack Goodson


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new brockton,alabama (home of me and don helms
Post  Posted 2 Sep 2019 8:11 am     session 2000
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steve, if you are using the amp by itselt there should be noflashing lights. i have the same rig, most time i use just the amp, i have use just the amp and the controller, also have used the 300 just to check out the sound. mine developed a squealing sound and had to sent it to peavey repair. but i have never had any problem with anything flashing. you can send just the head to peavey and they will take care of the problem, the head weighs less than 15 pound so the shipping is not expensive....thanks jack
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Leon Champion


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Tuscaloosa, Alabama, USA
Post  Posted 2 Sep 2019 8:50 am     amp
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Sounds like a battery problem, mine did the same thing. I ordered a battery---less chip from Ken Fox,and had Peavy instal it . Problem solved.
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Steven Black


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Gahanna, Ohio, USA
Post  Posted 2 Sep 2019 9:53 am     Amp question on Peavey Session 2000
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Thanks guys, I am an electronics technician never worked on Peavey's amps, i still check out the battery, i will never know why they would put batteries in amps I guess because they are digital instead of analog.
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Ken Fox


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Nashville GA USA
Post  Posted 2 Sep 2019 9:58 am    
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If it cleans and still works then a NVSRAM, ie Batteryless Mod will eliminate the need for a battery forever
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Steven Black


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Gahanna, Ohio, USA
Post  Posted 2 Sep 2019 3:06 pm     Amp question on Peavey Session 2000
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Hello Ken, do you have a way to eliminate the battery? If you do what is the cost to have you convert it to battery less, Steve Black.
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Ken Fox


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Nashville GA USA
Post  Posted 2 Sep 2019 3:40 pm    
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The batteryless mod kit is on my website. Easy to install. It is a plug in chip
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