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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: I bought a Marshall as50d
This can be due to either a RUNAWAY of some power circuit or there is a dry point of soldering which seems to get aggravated when the board is working or heating.
So when the fault occurs check the power to the amplifier, the output stages. If a tap bring about life then the case of the dry soldering is justified.
If not this can be due to power failure due to semiconductor failure. A tracing with voltage/current/signal will be needed to confirm . USe a multimeter to check the voltage line , check the secondary to the circuits, specially the outputs.
Posted on Sep 02, 2011
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