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I have a new '65 Deluxe reverb Reissue Fender Tube Amp and I'm not getting power to the amp after I plug it in and turn it on. Ive checked other things in the outlet and they work, so it is not the outlet. Could it be the amp fuse? I pulled that out to see but dont know what to look for. I am relatively new to the electric guitar world, so hopefully it is something simple that I am overlooking

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  • tmcgraw1 Sep 11, 2009

    hi tswiercinsky.....no power as in no lights on the amp...similarly, the tubes are not warming up or glowing either....dead in the water....no sound

  • Tim Swiercinsky May 11, 2010

    No power, as in no lights on the amp, (or the tubes inside not glowing) Or, no sound from speaker.

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To test a fuse use tge continuity setting a multi meter or sometimes you can visually see if it's blown, burn marks or the small wire in side fuse is gone, also this amp has a power and standby switch, really hope this helps?

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If you have power and a good connection to the guitar, don't take it apart - take it back. It has a warranty and any reputable dealer will give you another one - just ask for a test before leaving the store/shop.

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Hi Hoopnholler

I would start by changing out 12AT7 (V4), is a common buffer stage to the vibrato and reverb audio path. If you have trouble identifying it, you can just swap out with a known good tube and see if it resolves your problem.
If that does not help, then time to go see an amp doctor. If youy are inclined. here is a circuit diagram that you may find useful in faultfinding the problem yourself.
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SOURCE: loud buzzing noise when I turn amp on -won't go away

change the plugs on the chords.or both.they loose their resistance.good luck.

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