Need help on getting schematic for a Marshall G100RCD

I have a G100RCD amp head that seemed to have blown a fuse, cuz some idiot friend decided to soldier a capacitor backwards and did some bad damage to about three resistors, in doing so I cant even read the values does anybody know how I can get some type of information on the amp head such as schematics. :( It would help me a whole lot. Thanks

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Backwards cap? Ouch :cry: . Here are some useful links, but come back to me here if you can't find what you need,
for Marshall amps history and schems
ultra-hot uber-experts of all things valvey
the Marshall category of the vintage amps forum. If you register and post your Q, I guarantee you'll get more info than you can cope with.

I spent an hour looking for this schem yesterday, and got nowhere.
Problem is i think its one of those newer solid state type amps, the Vintage crew dont touch them, The valve sniffers just scoff at it, and the people that actualy make the amp dont give a s**t about after sales.
i think he's on a bit of a loser.

Merry Christmas to you too, Lee :lol: . If the valve-sniffers (like me) won't help, the AX84 site might turn up trumps. If not a schem, at least some useful advice. Keep in touch if you hit a brick wall.

Hmmm, I saw this ad:

Marshall 100 Watt Head. Model# G100R CD. Works fine and sounds great. Has some wear and tear on it, but not in bad shape. Features 2 clean channels and 2 distortion channels, footswitch input, effects loop, and line out. Perfect for any style of music. $150 obo. Must Sell! Call anytime. Call: 352-328-4277 or E-mail

and that's not a lot of money. What I do know is that Marshall's British telephone people are much better regarded than the US side. Have you tried, and with what success?

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