#1
Recently, my Peavey Vypyr 75W, which naturally the warranties have expired on, stopped turning on after a night of playing it at a relatively quiet level. It has blown a fuse before (I think, or at least had a similar problem) so that's a possibility, but the power cable is also unusually loose where I plug it in. It plugs in but wiggles around considerably while inside, and sort of... sticks when I go to pull it loose.
Could this be as simple as needing a new power cable, or does it sound worse than that? How much should a repair cost me? I may just sell it for parts on eBay and get another amp, but I still hold out for this one returning. If it's going to cost me an arm and a leg (which I know it would at the local shop, regardless), I might as well not even bother.
Thanks in advance!
GEAR:

Schecter V-1 Hellraiser FR
Epiphone Special Model LP
Ruben Flores Classical
Peavey Vypyr 75
Cry Baby Wah
#2
Check the fuse first. You may have to pull the chassis it it's not externally accessed from the rear panel. It's SS so you aren't faced with 500volts like a tube amp.

Still make sure it is unplugged from the wall before doing anything.
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