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Remove 115V jumper in the Power Supply Unit at secondary side in order to operate Mackie TH-15A Speaker on 230V. Download Schematic Diagram from the below website:
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Hi there, my relatively new Mackie Thump wont power up despite being plugged in / on etc. When I do with it on all i hear is a very low pop sound every 5 to 10 seconds or so


Your best bet is to contact Mackie Tech Support. Here is a link to their Suppot page. Mackie Tech Support
it's likely it needs to go to a repair shop. Here is a link to their service center finder. Mackie Service Center Locater

Feb 05, 2015 | Mackie TH-15A Active DJ Powered THUMP...

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No power in Mackie TH-15A


i) I assume the fuse you mentioned was in the mains plug - did you also check the fuse in the TH15A mains input socket? This is accessed by pulling out the tab in the bottom section of the socket (below the centre pin). This is a 3.15Amp antisurge fuse, 20mm type.

ii) If this fuse has blown, then replace it & all may be well ...... but if it blows again, then move to step iii).

iii) With mains disconnected, remove rear panel (outer screws) & check the power supply PCB for damaged components, especially R111 & R112 (100ohms). If the latter are burnt or open circuited, then the amplifier module may have blown.

regards, Dave

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Just blew a mackie th-15 400 watt last and was wondering if buyin1 new onthat is a 1000 watt is ok until i can get a complete new set?


Don't even go there. In my experience these are just not reliable speakers, we have had and heard of so many issues with them we sold our working ones. If one has gone sell the other working one with the dead one as spares and repairs and buy something from QSC, EV, JBL or Yamaha or even Wharfedale Pro.

Aug 10, 2014 | Mackie TH-15A Active DJ Powered THUMP...

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How to replacea bass driver in mackie thump 15a


"How to replace bass driver in mackie thump 15a".
Did you mean,disassembly the speaker enclosure?
Just remove the 16 screws at the rear cabinet, using a screwdriver.
Then remove the 4 screws that secure the speaker, using the hex key. Is the bass driver blown up / broke?

Jan 28, 2014 | Mackie TH-15A Active DJ Powered THUMP...

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I had Mackie th15a 110vac and it had busted fuse, when i replace it when a new one it got busted again...i plug the power cable to 110vac without a regulator. what would be the problem in the power...


Almost certainly the amp has failed, as per usual with these, you need to take it to the repair shop and see if it's worth fixing it then sell it once working or for spares if not. Sadly whilst Mackie make some really good kit their powered speakers are not amongst the most reliable

Dec 26, 2013 | Mackie TH-15A Active DJ Powered THUMP...

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Mackie Thump TH-15A speaker amplifier module


Jose Miguel Carcamo Cruces do you have pictures of these j112 fet ? Thank you!

Oct 07, 2013 | Mackie TH-15A Active DJ Powered THUMP...

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My Mackie Thump TH-15A will not produce any bass. I can get some sound but only from the top tweeter. Whats wrong and how can i fix this?


Could be the crossover has died or the main speaker winding has failed. Open her up and connect on side of the main speaker direct to a 9v battery and then wipe the other wire over the other terminal. If you get a crackling from the speaker then it's likely the crossover, if there is no response at all from the speaker then it is dead and possibly the crossover too.

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Bought from usa to australia changed to recomended fuse, fuse blows as soon as turned on the unit was brand new any ideas ?


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You have to check the working voltage of the adapter of you device. If it purchased from US then it will be 110V. I think the Line voltage in Australia is 220V.Also You have to check is there is any input voltage selector in the in its adaptor . If it there you have to change it to 220V. If there is no such selector then you have to buy a 220v to 110v converter .Then connect the out put of that converter to to your device. You can by this converter at any electronic spare part shope near to you. Or you have to by a new 9V 1.3Amps AC adaptor. When you going to by the converter or a new adaptor take the device. If so they will explain you how to connect the converter or adaptor . By changing a fuse you can't change the operating voltage. If The adapter is designed to use in 110V then the fuse will blow. If you change the fuse and make more experiment with it it will make the full system useless.
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Blown amp in the TH-15A . Is there a replacement amp assembly I can buy and how much


Yes, the amp section can be replaced. It won't be cheap however. Your best bet is to contact Mackie directly. Do a web search for Mackie Parts and contact the service center. Thay will either take the order directly or refer you to a local supplier based upon your location. They have always been extremely helpful when I used them in the past.

Dan

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Bought a used Mackie TH-15A. When powered up there is no sound...at all.


The internal amp is in need of repair. Are there any other symptoms or signs?

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