#1
Ok so i was just jammin around on my 333XL as usual and nothing too power tube pushy just some mellow jazzy cleans. All the sudden the sound is fading out slowly and it jsut faded out for about 5 seconds to the point where it made no sound at all. The amp still lights up just fine and everything it didnt just poof die and become completeley unresponsive it just doesnt make sound anymore.

Originally i though the batteries had just died in my hellraiser so i plugged it into my tuner to check and nope the signal went through fine. and it worked going through gearbox into my KB37 so i know its not the batteries for the pickups.

Im pretty calm cuz ive got about 2 months left on the warranty but if its a simple issue like a blown fuse or something id like to not have to send it in.

If anyone can help me out it would be much appreciated.

Thanks
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#2
Send that sumbitch in. It's a bugera. They have problems. Sounds like it could be an HT fuse, but IDK.
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#4
dude if its a fuse just check to see what kind it is, and go hit up your local hardware store... thats what I did with my b-52 after the repairman fooled around with it for 6 weeks
#5
ill check to see if the tubes are lighting up real quick...

ive had it on for about 5 minutes and no lights yet...
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#6
but if its a blown fuse shouldnt the amp not be lighting up?

and shouldnt it have gone out like pop not all slow like??
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#7
Quote by conquistador
ill check to see if the tubes are lighting up real quick...

ive had it on for about 5 minutes and no lights yet...


Sounds like the transformer clip smoked...check Beer Church's blog.
#8
can anyone give me a number to contact Behringer customer support?

i cant find it anywhere
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#10
Quote by eyebanez333
Sounds like the transformer clip smoked...check Beer Church's blog.



thats prob what happened...stupid plastic clips..easy fix though
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#11
It's the main five wire clip from the transformer to the PCB (the white, non fused filament lead at the end). That clip needs to be cut off with the wires solderd directly.

Any good tech with a handy soldering gun can do it in five minutes.

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