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My 75 fender champ Hums loudly when I turn it on.

The amp was working perfect and today when I turned it on as it warmed up it began to hum and got louder even with the volume @ ''0''. I immediately turned it off. I have tried other tubes and there is no difference. It almost sounds like a ground hum amplified. Any Ideas please. Thanks, Dereeldeel

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