#1
Hey!
I've plug my 110v amp in a 220v.
I didn't notice anything when I plug... I played for about 10 mins, then the sound stopped (but the leds were still on). No smell or smoke.

Now, when I turn it on (the leds turn on) but there is no sound.

What happened?

It's a Crate Gt-15 (I know it sucks), but that's what I could afford...

Thanks a lot
#2
fuse change me thinks.
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#3
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fuse change me thinks.

Not if the LEDs are still working...
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#4
^ ohh didnt see that..........
check your wires dood.
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#5
I've open it...
EVERYTHING seems fine, even wires...
And, there is no Fuse I can see.
I believe the fuse is inside thermal fuse, lol.
Thermal fuse was the only thing I could not fully check, since I couldn't move it well...

Any other ideas?

Thanks for the answers
#6
Break out the multimeter, pal.

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#7
I dont have a multimeter lol
I was just hopeing someone already have had the same problem and could tell me what do to xD
#8
We are not magicians. Electronics is a tricky business - a million things could have went wrong with your amp.

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#9
You probably did burn it out
I did that with my wah pedal 9v to a 12v
But , I agree with Dr.Pain
So many things could have went wrong
I'd talk to someone who is really experienced
#10
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Thanks anyway, but how much would be to fix it if the problem was the transformer (trafo) (yeah... i don't know say it in english then i said this) ?
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