#1
I blew a fuse two days ago, today I went and got a new fuse and put it in and now it works fine. But now that I have it on, I look at the tubes and it seems that one tube is glowing slightly brighter red/orange than the other 3. Could that be what caused the fuse to blow? Is it something I should be worried about?
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#3
replace the tubes
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#6
It's only glowing slightly brighter after turning it on and playin a bit for it to warm up more. The top of it glows a little brighter than the rest, but that's it. Or bottom, whatever, my tubes are installed upside down cuz it's a VK combo.
Guitars
· Ibanez PF · Washburn WG-248 · Ibanez S520Ex
· Ibanez BTB455
· Schecter Studio 5
Amp & Accessories
· Peavey Valveking 212
· Carvin BX1200
· · TraceElliot 1028H
· · Custom 1x15 Eminence

· · Carvin BRX4.10