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Dont think the wrong plugin hurt you. Is just the fickle finger of fate pointing at yo:)
All tubes should have a glow in them, the smaller ones can be a bit hard to see at times. A way to check is carefully check if it is getting hot, or at least as hot as the others. It can sometimes be a crook valve socket also. Depends on the age of the beast :) A bit of a wriggle, or a reposition in the socket can bring back the heater to one that is out from a dodgy socket. Only long term solution to a faulty socket is to replace it. I have a tiny file round that I clean em out with, but once they are crook, they give trouble. Good luck, hope you get it sorted. Let me know how you get on. Cheers mate!
Posted on Jul 08, 2008
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