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I brought my Dean Markley practice amplifier to France and just tried to plug it in today. There was a loud popping sound, and then the amp wouldn't work anymore. I was using a universal adapter at the time, which I've used with other electronics with no problems, so I don't know why my amp died. Did I blow a fuse because of too much electricity?? I just want to practice my pedal steel!
Ya proably did usaly those set up for 115 v olny when u go to france ther power goes up and down not as good as us in usa ok proably blew transfomers in it best bet is to get nice amp in france made for them like arolnad jc40 60 u like that small clean warm
Posted on Jan 18, 2008
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