Question about Marshall MG10CD 10 Watt Combo Amplifier
The Marshall MG10CD is internally fused. Unplug from mains supply and check the internal fuse. Replace with fuse of the correct value. If fuse blows again come back here for further advice.
Posted on Sep 20, 2014
The power supply is blown. Argentina is 220V I believe. I have never seen a power supply schematic for this however being that it is low power it is a linear supply not switching. Either the rectifier diodes are blown out or possibly the output capacitors are blow due to approx double voltage. If you try this yourself be careful otherwise get a new amp. Good Luck
Posted on Dec 14, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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