#1
would a dying tube cause the clean channel to switch to distortion on its own? and the distortion channel's sound to fade and come back?
#2
(1)Is the actual channel changing, or are you just (2)getting a distorted sound on your clean channel?

If it is problem (1), then it sounds like a problem with your switching relay. If it is problem (2), then it could be a bad preamp tube.

What amp is it?
#3
are you sure its not your pickup ups with a loose conectin, sometimes when that happens it sounds like it goes from distorted to clean b/c the pickup fades out so much
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#4
(1) the channel actually switches. the light goes from green to red. (green being the clean chnnel and red being the distortion)

its an old Crate TD-70 it was made in 1990. a little older than i am. lol its a great amp when it works.
#6
My amp's distortion channel faded into a vintage overdrive, and it was because of a loose power tube, but this might not be what your problem is.
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