#1
Earlier today the input plug on my Vox came loose and fell in to the amp. after managing to get it out and screwed back in to a useable position the amp strangely stopped working. The amp turns on but sound isnt going from the guitar and out the speaker like in an ideal situation.

I figured that somewhere a wire has come loose, is this the most likely case or is there something else wrong with it?
#2
it's probably that the two wires attached to the back of that jack got crossed and loosened or ripped off.

it shouldnt be more than a 2 minute job if you can access those wires.
Jenneh

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#4
Well if this is the case then i'd have to take the amp apart , I can't see any other way of getting in there to look.

Is it wise to open the amp up or should I find another alternative?
#5
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Well if this is the case then i'd have to take the amp apart , I can't see any other way of getting in there to look.

Is it wise to open the amp up or should I find another alternative?

as long os you dont mess with the board you should be fine but dont do it if you still have a warranty
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