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I bought a technical pro z pod 2000s from america and can get no sound from it.all functions work except the sound from amlifier.i live in Australia and have changed voltage to 230v and put international addapter on socket

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First thing would be to check for a blown fuse. Have you ever opened up the amp? Has any maintenance or repair been done? Hopefully you'll get by with replacing the fuse. Hope that helps..........

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