#2
Oh god here it comes...


Have you checked all the components? Looked for things like bad caps or bad wiring? The clicking is a bit odd - it may be that one of the FETs or trannies is broken.
Last edited by guitar/bass76 at Jun 14, 2008,
#3
The temptation is so strong...
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#4
the temptation got me....

Its a stereo amp, and I don't think its tube. dont plug a guitar into it; just use it as a hi-fi if it works

had to get that out.....go over the whole thing with a multimeter, see if there are any bad parts.
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#5
can't begin to tell you what it could be from that amount of information. as angusjimikeith said, go over the whole damn thing with a multimeter, that'll give you a start with bad parts.
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#6
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the temptation got me....

Its a stereo amp, and I don't think its tube. dont plug a guitar into it; just use it as a hi-fi if it works

had to get that out.....go over the whole thing with a multimeter, see if there are any bad parts.


Beat me to it

But yeah, open it up and check for the obvious (blown resistors, leaking caps) etc