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Fender Cyber Twin Head Analog Problem

Hi, My Cyber Twin head died on startup yesterday. The Power amp works fine, digital (Solid State) amp models work fine, but all analog models will not produce sound. I have replaced the T1A and F2A fuses and both 12AX7's, but sitll no life.

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Analog and digital are not compatible. You cannot plug in analog equipment to digital inputs. The signals are completely different

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