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The quick solution was to touch all suspicious looking solder joints with a hot iron and reflow them.
I do that once a year and have had no problems since.
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This bushing slides over the pot shaft before the knob is installed, and stabilizes the shaft as well as keeping the knob from rubbing the front faceplate. Used as the 'Fat' switch push switch in the Blues Junior. Has slight "raised" bump near the center of the handle. 6.5 inches from mounting center to mounting center. Chrome end hooks - replacement for vintage and modern Fender amps. Fits the Fender Hot Rod Deluxe, Hot Rod Deville, Blues Deluxe, Blues Junior and Blues Deville, 59 Bassman reissue, as well as the original Tweed amps from the 1950s: Tweed Vibrolux, Tweed Twin, Tweed Tremolux, Tweed Super, Tweed Pro, Tweed Princeton, Tweed Harvard, Tweed Deluxe, Tweed Champ, and Tweed Bassman. Fits the Fender Hot Rod Deluxe, Hot Rod Deville, Blues Deluxe, Blues Junior, Pro Junior, and Blues Deville, 59 Bassman reissue. This set of four bronze screws connects the speaker baffle board to the cabinet on Fender tweed combo amps from the 50s, as well as today's reissue tweed amps such as the Hot Rod Deluxe and 59 Bassman Reissue. For amps which require additional baffle screws, see the individual screw/nut part number SC-415, below.
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Here's what I did to mine to make it 'better': - replaced the stock speaker with a Jensen Neo 12-100 - replaced V1 tube with a 12AY7 (that pretty much solved the volume-issue and the bass-heavyness - reflowed all solder joints - replaced input jacks - placed tilt back legs on it - most don't like the drive channel (I think it's ok as long as you keep gain settings low) If you don't want to solder: buy the reissue!
Don't be put off by the Made in Mexico instead of made in USA. ) The seller is asking 0 as he is trying to present it as a "Vintage" amp.
I had the Blues Deluxe This was the same 40w tube amp based on the Bassman but with a single speaker as opposed to the Deville's 10 x 4. Of all the guitars and gear that I sold the past half century, letting go of that amp is the one I really regret. Mine suffered indeed from these issues, but I solved them.
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