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  1. I'm not aware of the guys. You got any contact details? Any idea on a name?
  2. I spoke with Barry at Gee electronics after posting who gave more insight. He said the panel had blown. Channel A (and therefore Mono bridge) had shorted out and blown the panel which had that caused further issues. He had sourced a replacement at http://www.loudtechnologies.eu/shop/index.php?action=home&lang=en&device=mob which is around 350 euro plus delivery from Belgium. Furthermore he advised there is only one available and that component is no longer in production.
  3. Sadly I had already spoke with Roland who flat refused to work on the amp and recommended Dan Whitelock-Jones who also refused to work on it.
  4. Hi all I have an Ampeg SVT4pro that has been playing up randomly for quite some time. Owned it for many years, American made and sounds fantastic. It's suffered with a random drop in output occasionally. A click sound and drop on signal but the amp always has power. Sometimes it goes for weeks and months without an issue but since December it's been completely dead. As per guidance from various techs and electricians I've cleaned the contacts and try various setups including bypassing outputs/power amps, switching between mono bridge and stereo incl different cable types and using different cabs etc. Doing some manual research I can to the conclusion it's either a relay issue, soldering issue or something mote sinister like a power amp issue. It's been looked at previously twice by John Gee at Gee electronics based in Warrington and I cannot find anyone else in the NW willing to look at it. On previous viewings there were no issues found: playing the game of not showing symptoms when with the doctor. However upon its 3rd visit to John I've been advised it's not worth the work to fix it as the panel needs replacing which would likely cost more than buying a new one. Does anyone have a similar experience that may provide a cheaper alternative/better news?
  5. [color=#191919][font=Verdana, Arial, sans-serif][size=4] So I have had the combo for around 10 years. Bought it brand new from Dolphin Music in Liverpool.[/size][/font][/color] [color=#191919][font=Verdana, Arial, sans-serif][size=4] Last summer during a rehearsal, the glass fuse in the amp died. Replaced it and boom, dead again.[/size][/font][/color] [color=#191919][font=Verdana, Arial, sans-serif][size=4] I had it looked at by a guy in Edinburgh and they said the power transformer is buggered and it would be more expensive to replace than to buy a new one. [/size][/font][/color] [color=#191919][font=Verdana, Arial, sans-serif][size=4] Wanted to post and see if I should condemn it or see if theres any last ditch effort that I can make to fix it.[/size][/font][/color] SIDE NOTE - If anyone happens to be selling a HA3500 head, let me know.
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