Question about Marshall 15 Watt Guitar Amp
If you have an instrument plugged into the amp, then you need to turn down the volume of the amp before turning on the amp. Otherwise you risk permanent damage to your speaker. Also, the instrument cord may be defective. The hot and ground wires may be shorted together. You need an ohm meter to test your cord. With the cord unplugged and detached, put the positive (red) lead of the ohm meter on the tip of the plug and the negative (black) lead on the sleeve of the plug. You should not have any reading at all. If you get a reading then you have a bad cord with a short.
Posted on Aug 01, 2010
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