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Marshall mg15cd practice amp sound ok through headphones but does not come from main speaker when h/phone lead is removed

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  • zainalabidin Nov 29, 2008

    MG15 CD BUZZING ON TREBLE KNOB AND SOMETIME , NO SOUND AT ALL

  • davyboy5 Jan 22, 2009

    sorry for very s-l-o-w feedback fault was in headphone socket as you suggested,had it repaired locally but expensive ATB davyboy5

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Hi davyboy5

Sounds like the speaker has blown or maybe a wire has come off. Sometimes the headphone socket can go faulty also. Do you have nyway of testing the speaker?

regards
robotek

Posted on Jun 13, 2008

  • Graeme Ross
    Graeme Ross Jun 18, 2008

    so what was the problem? Have you got it sorted?

  • Graeme Ross
    Graeme Ross Jan 22, 2009

    Excellent you got it fixed, lamo if was expensive. Hey so do I get a FixYa for picking the the fault? Cheers mate. Happy to try and help you with any other probs you may have. Just ask. 


    regards
    robotek

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