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No, it's not normal.To determine if it's a setting glitch or a hardware problem, perform a factory reset and see if the problem continues. If it does, it's a hardware problem and needs to go to the shop. Here's the reset instructions-
That is probably a momentary switch that is dirty and sticking. These onboard effects on guitar amps are usually nothing more than a computer sound card and I've found bad connections going to and from them as well. I do think that switch is dirty and sticking, though.
Do an initialization (factory reset) by holding the HIGHEST WHITE key down and turning on the power. Hold the key for an extended time until display confirms initialization complete. This will restore unit to factory defaults.
Sounds like a problem with the channel itself, if the clean channel works then its not the lead, input, guitar or the drivers. You have to be careful when opening up amps as some can hold a residual charge and there can be danger of electrocution.
I would recommend getting it looked at by a pro, it doesn't sound like an expensive fix.