#1
the title says it all, I lost it to the Marshall JVM 410c, on th back it says:

Mains input 375 watts
230V - 50HZ
Fuse
230V T2AE (250V)
100V/120V T4AE (250V)

I have no idea what this means. Can i use my power plug from my blackheart Little giant head? They both fit....

or shall i just buy a new one? if so what do i ask for? theres so many different numbers and even the plug for the little giant head doesn't have any common numbers to the head... so i can't see a pattern of what plug you have to use.

I know i probably sound well clueless about this

Gibson LP studio,
Fender 2005 Aerodyne Strat,
Ibanez GAX 70
JVM 410C
#3
I use the power cord from my old computer, it's about twice as heavy as the one that came with the Marshall.
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#4
thanx guys, just wanted to mak sure before i tried cos i didn't wanna blow anything up, which has happened before with this kind of stuff lol

Gibson LP studio,
Fender 2005 Aerodyne Strat,
Ibanez GAX 70
JVM 410C
#5
o yeah can someone explain those numbrs to me if possible

Gibson LP studio,
Fender 2005 Aerodyne Strat,
Ibanez GAX 70
JVM 410C
#6
those numbers are just to make sure you use the right fuse in the amp (i think what it's saying is that you need a different fuse depending on the mains voltage, which would make sense), and the 230V/50Hz thing means 230 volts of alternating current at 50 Hz (50 times a second), i.e. UK/European mains voltage. 375 watts is just the power it's drawing, I think.

generally what i do is just check the fuse in the old power lead and then use any kettle lead with the same fuse. obviously you can't really do that since you lost yours. i'm guessing the one from your other amp will be fine. from my limited experience of looking into it, computer leads tend to have bigger fuses (iirc about 13 amps versus about 3 amps in the amp plugs I've checked), but i *think* (not certain) it's not a major problem since there's a fuse in the amp anyway. But to be safe, use a kettle lead with the same-rated fuse. I do, anyway.
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