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Marshall Park series won't make any sound!

I bought an 80 watt Marshall Park series combo amp second hand a couple of years ago. When I turned it on the lights came on, but it wouldn't actually produce any sound through the speaker. I found that if I kept it on for long enough eventually it would produce sound. This problem has been going on a while, but I have another amp that I use for gigs, so it didn't bother me that I had to wait for it to work. However, I do like to practice at home and very recently it doesn't turn on even if you leave it for hours!

I was wondering whether anyone knew why this might have happened or have any recommendations for how to solve it!

Many Thanks
Ben

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