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Old 02-07-2013, 02:50 PM   #21
57Goldtop
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Cool thanks.

UPDATE: I picked up some fuses today and popped one in. That fixed my no-sound issue. I banged out a few chords and flipped back and forth between the channels, everything seems to be working now. I also flipped the standby switch on and off a couple times but the fuse seems to be fine.

So, what's the protocol here? I realize when a fuse blows it's typically a sign that something else is wrong. But is it ok to play it since the new fuse seems to be holding up? Or would I risk doing damage to the amp if there really is a problem with the tubes?
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