#1
I recently picked up a Epiphone Valve Junior head from one of my heads, it longer works. Pretty sure its a blown tube, but i dont have a power cable for the amp (he can't find it).

I own a Blackstar Ht-5 Head, also a 5 watt tube head. Can i use that power cable for the Epiphone Head?

Note: I haven't done this yet so im going to wait till i get some responses.
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#2
power cables are pretty universal i don't think the wattage of the head matters.
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#3
Yeah, but i saw that the Epiphone head said 110-120 V, 35W; The Blackstar head said 120 V, 40W
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#4
if it is one of the 3 pin plugs like in computers they are universal as i used an old one for my amp as i had a 2 pin plug and i need a 3 to plug it into the mains
#5
So will the wattage discrepancy make a difference then?
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#6
shouldn't but it depends if there is a fuse in the plug but i don't think that's the case in america
#7
Ok, thanx alot man
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#8
The common IEC power cords used for guitar amps are standardized and are universal.
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