#1
Sorry if this is the wrong place to put this, if so, just let me know and I'll move it.

Anyways, on to the problem.

So, I've got a Traynor YCV40W All-Tube amp. For some reason, yesterday, when I went to go turn it on to standby, (so the tubes could warm up before I started), I could hear this very high noise coming from the amp. Try to imagine like, a tea kettle, that's boiling, and you can hear the whistling. Well, that's what it sounded like. Except, it was very quiet. So, I wasn't sure what was up, but I turned it off, and decided "I'll do without for a day, see if it fixes itself."

As you can guess, it didn't. So, today, I tried to turn it on, as in, to where you play it, and I could hear the noise again. Except, much, much louder.

I'm taking it in, hopefully tomorrow, to get it looked at. But, in the meantime, any ideas what it could be?
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#3
Wrong forum. Go to accessories or whatever it is.
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blow in it,it might be dusty
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