#1
Hey guys,

I moved a while ago, and since i live in my new home, i managed to blow 2 fuses in a week time. I don't know if it had to do with the moving itself, or the tubes are just getting old.

The tubes should be about 2 or 2,5 years old by now, so should i change them anyway?

Btw i play a yerasov detonator (100W tube head with EL34's), the fuse is located at the power socket
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#2
First thing would be to try different roooms in the house. If it happens in every room, then you probably need to take it in to be looked at.
#3
A tube could have been shaken loose during the move, causing the fuse to recognize a problem, making it blow. Secure all the tubes and like DMI said, try it in different rooms.
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#4
well the tubes were all secure (already checked them), but i don't know how to see if they are broken from the inside, or need a replacement

i didn't try it in different rooms, only in different outlets, but it didn't matter
Quote by steven seagull
Howver, Spider have pretty lights to keep kids with ADD occupied.


My gear:
Epi ZW Buzzsaw LP
Ibanez S7320
Yerasov Detonator 100W
Laney VC15
Line6 Floor Pod+
#6
Quote by Luminate
well the tubes were all secure (already checked them), but i don't know how to see if they are broken from the inside, or need a replacement

i didn't try it in different rooms, only in different outlets, but it didn't matter


Different outlets in the same room are on the same circuit. You need to go to a completely different circuit in the house. It may have nothing to do with it, but you should try the simplest route first.