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Amp stopped working

The output of sound stopped working,the thing powers up,lights up,but no sound.Why???

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  • johnecken Sep 22, 2008

    I just bought this Basic tm 112 bass amp. with one in-put. At first the amp didn't work, I held the input jack up and it worked but then when I tried it later, the light came on but there was no sound. Not even a crackle like shorting out when I moved the input jack. The input jack receptor looks good and solid. Any ideas would help.

    Thanks.

    John

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Check your cables,line source inputs, speakers button switches( A&B),maybe it's OFF,if it's ON, then you have a power amp. problem,see a doctor,you know what i mean.

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