#1
So i got a new amp...Hiwatt Maxwatt B300
I've played with my band twice with it... it works fine, but if i turn it off after playing it doesn't work...
Turns out it's the fuse that keeps going, been though 4 in two practices...
I was just wondering if all these amps have this problem or i have a faulty one...
Help much?

~Me
#2
You said it's the fuse... so isn't it just that power source?
I brought one of amps (75 watt) to camp over the summer, and certain areas on the campus didn't have enough power to play it
Dunno if thats a similar situation or not.
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#3
Well...no...
It could be faulty wireing...
And im just wondering if it's a one off or a problem with the model...
#4
If the fuse blows over and over there is something wrong. The fuse is a safety feature to protect you and the equipment. Take it to a shop. If it's under warenty it'll be free.

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#5
Well that's the plan...
But i dunno if they're gunna give me money or just change it...
'Cos if they just change it for the same amp and it has the same trouble then it'll be gay and i'll have to go back...
Whereas if someone who has the same amp answers my question i'll know whether to make them give me money / a different amp or to just get the same one...
See?
#6
They'll probably try to fix it.

A fuse blowing all the time would not be a problem across a whole range of amps. It would fail EC safety standards.

Refund or new amp or fixing the problem, its all cool.

Gear:
Fender Standard Jazz Bass
Artec Matrix Pedal Tuner
BBE Optostomp
Boss GEB 7
EHX NYC Big Muff
Ashdown MAG C410T-300
Torque T100BX
GAS-ing for:
Boss SYB5
Behringer Intelligate IG9