#1
I think i just blew the fuse , or blew something on my marshall mg250dfx.
I cant seem to find it.
Its an american amp and the voltage convertor i got wasnt good enough i think.
The amp came on buzzed and then didnt work.

Can anyone help me?
Im REALLY confused!
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#3
Get a new amp.
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#6
if the voltage converter failed you will be lucky if a blown fuse is your only problem.
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#7
It was only a 100w voltage convertor.

And im hoping thats the problem really.
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Harley Benton-hbb200bk
Epiphone Thunderbird
Electro Harmonix Double muff
Harley Benton 80-b amp
Ernie Ball Strings are my preferance!
#8
In ireland your running 230 volts at 50 hertz. And the amp your using is made to be used on 110 with 60 hertz. Your last post says your using a 100w converter. A 250dfx is gonna pull more watts than that. It will say on the back how many watts it needs to work. One of those travel set ups isnt going to cut it. If your converter isnt any good and fed the amp 230 volts gonna probably be more than a fuse. Either your gonna need to buy a good power converter, get a multi voltage amp or have it converted to your voltage. If the amp is fried it wont be covered under warranty. And wont be worth fixing.
#9
Sorry i wasnt clear about that.
Used a 100w convertor first, when i used that it
buzzed a bit and i turned it off.
Then got a 300w convertor the light was on for a sec then went dead and wouldnt go again.

Oh yeah the amp says it requires 120volts.

Anyway i think im gonna try and go for changing the circuitry or whatever to 230v.
i'd tap that .........speaking to a bass, its a music joke!

Harley Benton-hbb200bk
Epiphone Thunderbird
Electro Harmonix Double muff
Harley Benton 80-b amp
Ernie Ball Strings are my preferance!