#1
Alright well I had the notrious input jack problem. When you move it up and down and it crackles and cuts out. I took my amp apart and sodered it back together.

Something happened after that. I put it all back together and it wouldn't work. All I got was a low humming. The transfomrer got really hot and the thing turned off. It won't turn on anymore. What the hell happened?

It's a marshall amp. 10 watt. Nothing big but I don't jave money for a new one.
#2
Nice, you killed your amp and you voided whatever warranty it came with. You're screwed.
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#3
yea its an MG.....ill bet my money on it
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#5
Quote by BlackHawkA4
The amp is 5 years old.


what kind of amp is it? old tube amp? cheap solid state? mg series? what?
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#6
Quote by WlCmToTheJungle
yea its an MG.....ill bet my money on it


they don't make a 10 watt mg...i think it must be some sort of small tube amp or something to only be 10 watts.
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1996 Les Paul Classic w/ Alnico II's
Marshall Jubilee 2550
Avatar 2x12..V30 and G12H
Vox V847 Wah
Assorted pedals
#8
Quote by bonchie1
they don't make a 10 watt mg...i think it must be some sort of small tube amp or something to only be 10 watts.

I'll have to tell my 10 watt MG that it doesn't exist...
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#9
Sound like you put a lot more current than you should have. You might have used an inappropriate power supply that didn't have enough resistance. That would cook an amp.
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#10
Quote by Dirk Gently
I'll have to tell my 10 watt MG that it doesn't exist...



It clearly says MG Series on my amp
#11
No, that was a response to the guy who said they don't make a 10 watt MG. I have the MG10CD as well.
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#13
I got a great solution...Wait till u get the cash and buy a new cheap one or just play without an amp sounds like an acoustic with steel strings and thats aight to me so...problem solved more or less.
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