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I have a little trouble with my Marshall ...

I was still playing with my Les Paul when the sound has Splite ... He became a thud. No sound from the amp, I plug the guitar or not does not change, the knobs not any effects, I turn off and restart.. has nothing to do ....

IT do more That a dull sound, are what anyone has had the problem for help me...

For information that is not the lamp I check it.

 

It a head Valvestate VS100RH.

 

Thank you for your help

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This type of advice I can do it myself if I had now the means I'll get a head JCM ... but this is not the case

But the problem remains unsolved ...

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This type of advice I can do it myself if I had now the means I'll get a JCM 800 head ... but this is not the case

But the problem remains unsolved ...

Fix'd it 4 u, and yes get a jcm 800 head

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Buy yourself a higher quality Marshall, those valvestate heads are made in china

 

 

Fix'd it 4 u, and yes get a jcm 800 head

 

You are NOT helping.

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i am helping this kid, because i own a marshall myself

 

Are you really help me? I do not see how you did not address the real problem...

"This kid" you are 14 years old.... And i had 33 years old...

Do you live in our world?

 

It's not because you have a marshall that you know all Marshall... have you already opened your amp?? has to see what it looks like!

 

Personally I've had problems and I found the problem if only one day showed the same sumptomes Would somebody I can help my experience but it is yours?

The failure is an electronic maybe a capacitor alim who has let go ... It is an argument because I have sound with the "send" on another amp I had at least one test ...

 

I slap your JCM! it does not solve my current problem!!

 

See you soon daddy!

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Only obvious thing I can suggest is to check the fuses both in the amp & your plug [cursing]

 

 

This is not the fuse and I check if I removed there is no sound at all, it's a dull sound permanently.

this may be a supply capacitor has dropped.

I will contacted a repair specialist we'll see what he says.

thank you

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The repairman told me it is common is the power module which dropped it takes $ 150 to repair.

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i am helping this kid, because i own a marshall myself

 

I own five.

 

What's your point? msp_lol.gif

 

 

Best of luck with the repair. Sorry I couldn't help. Without the amp in front of me it would be hard to diagnose.

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