Question about Peavey Escort 3000 Packaged PA Speaker System
Changing faders USUALLY involves removing all panel hardware so that circuit board can be removed to get at the fader. It is often a LOT of work with a boit of hazards along the way.
If the control is noisy I want you to try something before replacing the fader. Get a can of CRC226 available at Home Depot in the Electrical department... about $2.70 for a can. Using the included plastic spout tube, squirt a bit into the center of the control where the knob is. Work it back and forth and then put a little more in and test if it is better or fixed.
NEVER use DeOxit or Blue Shower in faders!!!!! It removes the lube that is required in the fader.
Posted on Jan 05, 2011
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