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I have both a Marshall mg15dfx and a mg15cfx. The problem is the effects will not turn off both amps seem to have all effects running at once. Both amps developed this problem around the time the warranty ran out.

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Based on what you have posted, there is an intermittent... the unit vibrates while operating... there could be a loose connection, however my guess is you will find bad soldering at one of the pots that control the distortion. The solder often breaks loose as the sometimes support the circuit board from the leads of these pots. Also switches that solder to the board and sometimes jacks for foot switches break loose.

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Most of these use an amplifier chip in the TDA family of 5 or 7 pin audio amps.

If you play real loud you may overheat the chip and it will go into shutdown to protect the chip.

Sometimes htey don't put adequate thermal conductive grease on the chip causing it to overheat.

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Input clean is very low almost not there. switching to OD works fine.


If memory serves me correctly, these units use a 4558 OpAmp Ic. Both inputs pass thru this IC. One side provides a clean amp stage and the other is set up to run in a higher gain mode. This IC needs to be changed, It should be a small IC with 8 pins.

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