As many of you are aware, there are a few first build era KPA's out there that have an issue with the rotary knob LEDs dying.
I know you can send the unit back to Kemper and they will repair the issue for you. Unfortunately, that is a cost I can't afford at the moment.
It's not a serious issue, as my KPA still functions and I still love it. It's just a little niggle. You spend a considerable amount of money and want the unit to be perfect.
As I (like many people), use my KPA for my business. I'd rather not be without it for 2 weeks of more.
Does anyone know if this is an issue I could tackle myself, as my KPA is not in warranty and I have a good, solid knowledge of PCB's & micro electronics.
I know that sounds like a silly statement, as if I have knowledge, why am I asking?
Just wanted to know if the KPA is easy to open / repair or should I keep saving for the repair?