Hey, recently my high school clear-com system stopped working. Here's a quick rundown of our system: We have 16 channels on each side of our stage. It's a snake running up to our booth. (We only use 1-8 on stage right and left for backstage stuff.) On our snake backstage the clear-com is labeled as channel 10. The clear-com main control sits in the booth. It's been working fine, and anytime it's not working is when somebody grabs a bad box, a bad headset, etc. Recently, it's died. The main control box works fine, and we can talk in-between ourselves in the booth just fine. We're not sure if something was accidentally unplugged, or replugged somewhere else. A few people have already messed around with it, which means I'm at a total loss now. The biggest problem is that the snake, the audio board, etc. was all set up a while ago. Currently, nobody in the school knows how it should ACTUALLY be set up and wired. Now I'm about to get a lot less technical, so bare with me. There's 2 3-pin cables coming out of each side of the back of the main com box. (A and B) What I'm assuming was meant for stage right and stage left. These cables connected to the two corresponding channel cables for 9 and 10 (Also, left and right?) One was using a weird gray splitter that made it go into 10 and 9, the other was connected straight into the other 10. (Suffice to say it's all wrong now anyway.) BASICALLY: How is a clear-comm set up through a snake? I really want to set this up again. If it doesn't work then we know it's something else, but I really think it's cable hiccups. Our school theater is used daily, so we really need to get this fixed up. Thanks!