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No sound through marshall amp even though i can get sound through the P.A if running from the amp

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  • Michial Gueffroy May 11, 2010

    Is your Marshall one of those with the control for the line out volume? I can't remember the model but my friend had one and couldn't get any volume until we realized that particular pot was turned down. It was on the extreme right hand side on his amp. I don't know if this helps or not. Sorry.

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The best thing would be to take it to an audio repair tech. Could be anything....Not something you can fix without taking apart and using a multimeter.

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