Question about Fender Rumble Series 100/210 100watt 2x10 Bass Combo Amplifier
My fender rumble 100 used to cut out from time to time. Then it got more frequent. Now it's just not working at all. In it's dying stages there would be a popping sound when the signal was lost. What is wrong with it?
Suspect the input jacks. Wiggle them and see if you get anything. They get yanked sideways because the musicians don't loop their cord thru a handle and they get yanked sideways.
Also you can try spraying sparingly CRC226 into the switches and pots. You can get it at Home Depot in the electrical department.
Posted on Oct 10, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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