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PR410HLF

Discussion in 'Amps and Cabs [BG]' started by High C Double G, Dec 20, 2017.


  1. Hi TalkBass,

    Long time lurker, first time post... The Crossover, I think, has failed in a PR410HLF and I went to pull it. It seems to be glued in. It is making an awful squawk sporadically and has a consistent hissy-ness --- like a crackle really. Anyway, I know something is awry and I am pretty sure it is the crossover.

    My question is this: In the posts I've looked at and a Ampeg video that shows that the crossover assy pops off the mounting wood, not the case with this one; anyone have any experience with this?

    Thank you! This is a great site...
     
    Last edited: Dec 20, 2017
  2. Hi everyone,

    Well if it is glued I'll have to scrape it out, it's recessed - Just wanted to avoid damage to the backing plate and the cabinet. It is possible that it is glued in - I will treat it as such.

    Double G

    Adjusted my post #1 - Peace
     
  3. Hi,

    For the sake of anyone having trouble getting the plate that holds the crossover circuit out of the back of a Ampeg PR410HLF cabinet, mine has a rubberized gasket and with careful placement of heat using a heat gun and much persuasion, it will pop off. It is out and ready for bench testing - of course everything looks fine with a visual inspection.

    Just so you know, I'll answer my own threads on occasion...

    www.gothicmonk.com
     
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  4. I’m going to say hello just so that your are not lonely all on your own in the thread! :D

    In my mind it’s highly unlikely that the actual crossover is at fault. I would suspect that the horn has a problem. Also clean the contacts of the protection lamp. Sometimes they can corrode.
     
  5. charlie monroe

    charlie monroe Gold Supporting Member

    Feb 14, 2011
    Buffalo, NY
    Tuned in because I haven't run my pr410hlf in some time.

    Tell us what you find. Show me some pics if you feel like it.

    Thanks

    edit to add: Vengeance Dance is barking up the right tree. It felt like a worked in pair of engineer's boots to this old rocker.
     
    Last edited: Dec 23, 2017
  6. Thank you BassmanPaul and charlie monroe, Thank you for the suggestions! I will have some time tomorrow hopefully to delve into some testing of the parts. Peace..
     

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