#1
http://s302.photobucket.com/albums/nn103/necrophilic/
sorry but you'll have to rotate the picture 90 deg. anti-clockwise.
i was just going to swap tubes for my amp when i found a screw sticking halfway up on the amp's inner ceiling.
is it supposed to be like this? should i leave it?
or should i tighten it?
strange because it doesn't feel loose nor tight.
#2
Was it originally like that when you buy the amp? If not I think you should try screwing it in. Make sure there's no wiring around that are though
#3
lol, wow bizarre. Contact the manufacturer, and find out if it's supposed to be screwed in, or if something is supposed to be suspended by it. That can't be normal.
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#4
i shone a torchlight through the circuitry compartment to see that the screw actually extends towards the upper wall of the amp's inner ceiling.
should be natural that way. if i tighten it further it might make a hole through the top of my amp.
#5
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if i tighten it further it might make a hole through the top of my amp.

Yea don't do that. Do what Erock said above or search for pics of the inside of an identical model, or drag it to a tech/repair store to be sure. Try what Erock said first.
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