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casken
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« on: June 05, 2014, 10:53:30 PM »

Please help. I need an amp power transformer fixed among a few other small issues. It wa working fine and then kerplunk...kerplooie! I have gone to the service center page of Nik's sight. Of the three within border state regions, one has passed away, one no longer works on amps, and the other hasn't responded in days to my e-mails.

I am a techno dunce so there is no way I can do it. Please help. This amp has been down for quite a while now. I've also sent it to two techs that don't do Ceriatone specifically and they cannot fix it.

I live in South Arkansas USA.

I really appreciate any help you could offer.
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« Reply #1 on: June 05, 2014, 10:54:33 PM »

I forgot to mention. It's an 08' OTS. 50 watt
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« Reply #2 on: July 19, 2014, 10:37:03 PM »

Having this amp is like being married to a high maintenance beauty. I got a Mercury Magnetics Tranny put in with a new set of tubes. For two weeks it sounded like absolute heaven. Then I turned it on this morning. Lights are on. Low hum of the PT. Tubes aglow and not a freakin thing happens when you plug a guitar into. Checked all the cables, fuses, speaker cabinet all good. Still no sound. Went through a checklist provided by Nik but I don't have the means to double check the tubes. I hope that's all it is but they're new. So doggonit! I still need a good amp tech to debug this freakin amp. I live in South Arkansas USA. Somebody? Anybody? It took me two months to find someone to put in the PT. That certainly doesn't appear to be the problem this time.
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