mynameisdanno Posted October 16, 2013 Share Posted October 16, 2013 Subject says it all. I have a 147 with a converted-to-122 amp on loan to a studio down there, and someone took the cabinet label at face value and plugged it into the 147 connector on the Trek UC1A. 100% my bad - should have taped over the 147 connector on the Trek. I've made this same mistake before but always realized my error quickly and somehow avoided damage. Anyway, he offered to pay for repairs, I just need a good tech in the area. Report from the spot: "I checked the fuse and its good but something is definitely wrong now. It powers up and spins but no variation in speed and no sound." I told him to try plugging it into the B3 (wired for 122) and he said same results. He also reported a vague odor of burning. I'm pretty phlegmatic about the whole thing - it was definitely the #2 Leslie of my collection, tone-wise. I imagine it can only be the same or improved after whatever work is needed. So, any recommendations? Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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