#1
A while ago I tried plugging my keyboard into my amp (Laney LC30), it just made a bit of a weird buzzing noise for a few seconds, then just completely wouldn't work.

and now even when I try plugging my guitar back in it doesn't work

what have I done? is it fixable?
#2
i did that b4 on my amp have u had a look inside?
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the fighter pilot of the a7x army
#3
It wouldn't make any difference if I did, I don't know the first thing about electronics or valves
#4
look at the fuse and c if its broken
tahts what went on mine
i hate all those nasty pasty people

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the fighter pilot of the a7x army
#5
but u might have blew the speaker which costs alot to replace
give it 2 someone who knows what theyre doing 2 get it checked out like an electrician
i hate all those nasty pasty people

:stickpoke i like to poke people


the fighter pilot of the a7x army
#6
Check if the valves are all glowing the same colour, check if the fuse has broke, and fiddle with the knobs to check you've not turned something up (sounds obvious, but happens to best of us lol)
Check your cables too.
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#7
knobs are all the same as they were and my cables are fine.

I'm not really sure how to access the fuse, should I just take it to a guitar shop and get them to look at it?