#1
Hi, I've found schematic for a peavey studio amp but there are some point that I'm not familiar with

so here are the schematic

yellow mark : i don't catch the difference between those two point... one is the ground but the other?

red mark : i think this point is suppose to go to the ground but i would like to have a confirmation

blue mark : what does "f.p." mean?

thank you for your help and i'll post the result when i'm finish
#2
I think the yellow mark is just the end of a cable, not to ground, just kind of chillin'.
Not sure on the others...Never seen abbreviations or marks like that before.
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#3
the yellow on the left is a symbol that means tht point is connected to all other points with tht symbol
#5
Hi Zalium,

The yellow mark is surrounding two ground points Analog ground and Chassis ground. Analog ground is your signal return and chassis ground is the metalwork on the amplifier that needs to be grounded for safety.

The Red mark is going to your -36V point.

F.P means flame proof, just means if too large a current goes through these resistors they shouldn't go on fire.

Cheers

Kev