#1
I own a fender hot rod deluxe and about 20 mins ago i went to turn the amp on, let it warm up on standby for a few mins like normal, then went to turn it on and play and i got no sound out of it. checked my connections, nothing. then i look behind the amp and see only one of the 2 power tubes is glowing. i power the amp down and the one that i think is blown is ringing a little when i tap it.

so assuming its blown/broken/whatever i need a new set, and was wondering if you guys know a good online place, and is this something i could do on my own? reinstalling them? i guess a better question is will i have to re-bias the amp or is it a pull and plug job? i've done a lot of repair work before just never had to mess with the tubes in an amp before.

finally, brand suggestions? or even type of tube? 6L6 the way to go?
#3
You can only replace tubes with the same type (i.e. if was a 6l6, get a 6l6). For tubes, try a JJ 6L6.

AS for changing tubes, you will have to bias, unless it cathode biased. Biasing isn't really hard, you need a multimeter, and just watch some youtube videos.
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