#1
So I'm playing normally on my Marshall MG250DFX when I start to notice a slight high-pitched sound coming from the amp. Normally, there is a hum coming from it because it is an MG series, but this was out of the ordinary. So, I hit the top of the right side, above the power switch, and extreme buzzing starts to come from the amp. What did I do? Is there anything I can do to fix it? Or can anyone even identify the problem? Thanks.
#2
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So I'm playing normally on my Marshall MG250DFX when I start to notice a slight high-pitched sound coming from the amp. Normally, there is a hum coming from it because it is an MG series, but this was out of the ordinary. So, I hit the top of the right side, above the power switch, and extreme buzzing starts to come from the amp. What did I do? Is there anything I can do to fix it? Or can anyone even identify the problem? Thanks.

There's the problem.
Random noises and explosions are part of the MG series' stats
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#3
The problem is you only hit it once, and presumably with your hand. Try 25 times with a hammer.


(Seriously, you're screwed. I had one of those go out on me, and once they're gone, they're gone. A tech will laugh at you if you bring it in to fix.)
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#5
is your guitar output?

or your cable a problem?
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