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I have a all tube jvm210h 100 watt head every thing comes on but I'm not getting any sound I've tried just about every thing I can do but nothing

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Does it have a headphone output ? check that. Also, check the INSERT jack on the back. Plug and unplug a plug (sic) into it several times. They become rusty sometimes. Luck ! If the headphone sounds, your problem might be the output transformer or the 6L6 output tubes. Have you checked your speaker...? Luck.

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