#1
It's my Frontman that is broken, and even though it is a crappy amp, it's the best one I have. In short, my problem is that I get no sound at all when I plug my guitar in, and I think there is something wrong with the metal prong or whatever that the cable touches when plugged in. Is there a way to get inside of it, or will I have to contact Fender?
Amps:
Fender Frontman 15r

Guitars:
Epiphone Dot Studio
Squier Strat

Pedals:
Crybaby Original Wah
Boss DS-1
#2
You can try unscrewing your input jack with a socket wrench and examining it; it may need its solder joint redone.

If it's not something simple like a bad solder joint, it will be difficult to fix. Fixing a transistor amplifier is difficult as it can take a long time to diagnose the problem, much less actually fix it.

What is the wattage on your Frontman and how much are you willing to spend to get it fixed?
#3
Okay, first things first. How and when did this occur? Details surrounding the problem's emergence are the key.
Tastes like chicken, if chicken was a candy.
#4
It's a 15 watt amp, and I don't really want to spend anything on it to get it fixed as I still have my starter amp that came with my Squier. I'm not sure how it occurred, and I'm pretty sure it occurred a while ago, maybe 2 months.
Amps:
Fender Frontman 15r

Guitars:
Epiphone Dot Studio
Squier Strat

Pedals:
Crybaby Original Wah
Boss DS-1
#5
It's sad, but budget SS amps are made with relatively poor construction and components to keep costs down. Do you have any money laying around for a new amp?
#6
Quote by imicius
It's sad, but budget SS amps are made with relatively poor construction and components to keep costs down. Do you have any money laying around for a new amp?

Naw.
Amps:
Fender Frontman 15r

Guitars:
Epiphone Dot Studio
Squier Strat

Pedals:
Crybaby Original Wah
Boss DS-1
#7
As you dont want to spend any money if its not the input jack then its destined to become a doorstop.