#1
Hey guys, I hope someone might be able to help me out here.

I was jamming on my 5150 last night, everything worked fine, and I shut er down for the night. Woke up today and turned it back on, and I got nothing. Checked all the connections, still nothing.

Did I blow a fuse or something? All the tubes are still in place and stuff. Any suggestions?

Thanks
#3
No, both the power and the standby are powered on, both LEDs are solid colours no blinking or anything like that.
#4
I checked the main fuse, the 5A one right in the back, tried a new one; still no sound at all.
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#5
Tried different cables?
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#6
Go over the usual. Different cables, guitars, foot pedals, the works. If none of that solves it I don't know what to say except all your power tubes or preamp tubes blew?
#7
Changed cables, fuse, pedals, etc. The works, only variable at this stage is... the tubes.

I don't think they are lighting up... I just hoped it wasn't the tubes so I didn't look before... Damn.
ESP MH-1000 w/EMG 81/85
Dean Vendetta Vendetta Floyd w/SD Blackouts
Peavey 5150 II Head
Marshall 1960 slanted cab
Ibanez Weaping Deamon Wah
#8
Quote by Lukianos
Changed cables, fuse, pedals, etc. The works, only variable at this stage is... the tubes.

I don't think they are lighting up... I just hoped it wasn't the tubes so I didn't look before... Damn.

Now you just better hope its the tubes and not anything else
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#9
Quote by Lukianos
Changed cables, fuse, pedals, etc. The works, only variable at this stage is... the tubes.

I don't think they are lighting up... I just hoped it wasn't the tubes so I didn't look before... Damn.


If they're not lighting up it is the tubes and those aren't too bad to replace. Good luck .
#11
If your LED indicator is still working that means the mains fuse should still be ok.

There is a chance a power tube shorted and blew the HT fuse (the one inside the chassis). If you know what you're doing, you can check that one, if you don't bring it to a tech. Tube amps can store lethal high voltages even when unplugged and turned off.