#1
Hi
i have got a promblem with my Marshall MG 50dfx.
There is no sound coming from it when i turn it on
if i fiddle around with all the buttons, it comes back for about 1 minute
I have tried plugging it in with different guitars and cables but it doesnt help
could anyone help me and tell me what to do to get it fixed?
thanks
#2
What do you mean fixed? It IS fixed.



But in all seriousness, probably a shoddy solder joint or something. The only thing you can really do is take it in to be repaired, where they will ship it off and you'll get it back a few months later. With solid state amps there's usually no easy fix if it isn't something easy like a loose jack or a blown fuse.

Or you could get a new amp
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#3
Yeah but i bought it 2 weeks ago on my trip to england and i am not going back for a long while
#4
Alot of companies have authorized service dealers that will fix it if its under warranty, check their site.
#5
You poor bastard
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#6
Where do you live? If you bought it in England it might run off a different voltage to where you are now.
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#7
Check the wires that connect to the speaker.
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#9
well i live in france so i dont think that the voltage matters and how can i get it replaced if i live in france and bought it in england?
#13
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Hi
i have got a promblem with my Marshall MG 50dfx.
There is no sound coming from it when i turn it on
if i fiddle around with all the buttons, it comes back for about 1 minute
I have tried plugging it in with different guitars and cables but it doesnt help
could anyone help me and tell me what to do to get it fixed?
thanks

There's your problem, get a new amp.
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#14
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throw it in the trash and get a different amp

That's a pretty stupid idea.

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No, I'm pretty sure the MG is supposed to make sound. I don't think that is his problem.
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#16
Definitely don't throw it away... If you can get it to work properly and enjoy it then all the more power to you TS, but if you can return/sell and get a decent tube amp I think you'd be much happier in the long run.
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