#1
I was playing my guitar through my Marshall JCM2000 head and Marshall 1960 LEAD cab and suddenly it just stops working, after making a sound like as if I pulled the jack out of the guitar. The amp turns on but nothing comes out. I've tried my guitar on a spare amp and it works. Please HELP. Cheers.
#2
Were your ohms matched correctly?

Did you check the main fuse in the back?

Did you smell anything burning?

Do the tubes light up?
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#3
1-Ohms were both set at 16

2-Regarding the main fuse its intact, BUT regarding the "HT Fuse" its not broken but it does appear to be a bit burned and has been deformed. I shall try and upload a picture.

3-No burning smell

4-The tubes light up a dim orange
#5
replace the fuse with the same kind/value and try it again

is this an older DSL/TSL, pre 2004? They had some over heating issues that can be fixed, but it will take some skill or a little $$. My DSL100 did this 1 month after I bought it. I had it fixed and haven't had any issues in 1.5 yrs
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#6
Im not sure of it age, but there is serial number on the back starting with "M-2005-..-....-A". Maybe its form 2005. I'll get hold of a fuse ASAP. How much money would I have to spend to get the overheating problem fixed?