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Please help! Mesa Powerhouse owners...

Discussion in 'Amps and Cabs [BG]' started by Rockbobmel, Jan 27, 2003.

  1. Please, I need some pics of the jackplate inside of the older Powerhouse 1000 (Model R5410). (4-10s and a 15 in middle)
    There is a few of us here that need to fix the wiring, and can not find diagrams for them.
    This is the one with the HI-OFF-LOW rocker switch, NOT the L-pad type.

    Thanks Much, Bob
  2. Anyone?
  3. ChenNuts44


    Nov 18, 2001
    Davenport, IA
    i think your best shot would be to contact mesa and ask for the info and/or diagrams
  4. Yea, I did that. I talked to Kevin Robertson. He sent me a diagram, but it was for the newer one with the l-pad. N.G.
    He even had someone try to find an actual plate, but no.

    I really don't want to lug it to a shop, and back.

    All I need is someones pic inside the backplate...

    I thought someone would help here.
  5. slacker


    Nov 27, 2001
    Portland Oregon
    Bug Kevin again!

    I am 90% sure he should have both the schematic and the actual part in stock. He will just have to dig around a little, and ask the "Old Timers".

    What is your actual question? Do you need the schematic? Is the crossover/high freq. driver dead?
  6. Yeah, it crackles alot when the switch is on high and nothing in the other positions.
    One white ceramic resistor was broken off completely, and the other was half broken.
    I can't isolate the problem cause I don't know what I'm doing.
    If you regular email me, I can forward a pic that John has, and I'll explain.
    I'm thinking of putting the Eden crossover in it.
    No one here will reply.