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1960 b cab not working

Hooked cab up to jcm 900 super lead and only the right side two speakers are working.

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Open the cabinet (remove back panel). Either a wire came loose or one of those 2 speakers is blown.

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SOURCE: Marshall JCM 2000 dual super lead 50 watt going out on me

Very nice amp!

First off, is the amp getting sufficient power? An unreliable AC current from your wall can affect the performance.

Have you tried the amp with a different speaker? Checked for a loose connection from the amp to the speaker? Is it the correct ohms rating?

Second, are you experienced in electronics? The problem could lie in a faulty solder connection, a bad component, etc.

If you are not confident in opening the amp and troubleshooting it yourself, take it to a audio repairman. Marshall's are some of the easier ones to fix.....

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