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I have a Randall RB75 Combo Bass amp. All of a sudden it stopped working - the green light in the on/off switch comes whenever the amp is plugged in no matter if the switch is on or off. I get no no noise coming through the amp. One minute is was fine hen I came back 20 minutes later and it didn't work no more. Please help.

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