I bought a marshall code & the thng just stops working all the time. It does not loose all power, it just looses sound. I have to switch the power on & off for it to work again. Its getting worse & worse. I am about to smash this thing.
Have you updated the CODE with the latest firmware?
Having the same problem - randomly turning off. The only fix is turning it off and turning back on, but still randomly turns off around 5 minutes. Anyone found a solution?
Does anyone know yet why this happens?
This happens to my code 25 all the time now and it's so annoying. I've done the latest update, but that didn't work, turned off Bluetooth, but that didn't work.
Seeing as it seems to be a common fault, I'm guessing it's a software issue, rather than a dodgy solder joint?
This really stinks...
I have a brand new Code 25 and it also stops playing through the speaker. The output is always there when I plug in a headset, but the speaker plays for a few seconds then goes quiet. I redownloaded and installed the firmware. I tried different settings and different presets. Nothing works. Any other advice before i talke it back to the Guitar Center?
Marshall... this is definitely due to the amp trying to connect via Bluetooth. I have my Bluetooth settings up on my phone, unpaired the amp then as soon as the amp cuts out I get a notification on my phone saying the amp wants to pair.
I uninstalled the gateway app, but it still persists, blocked the amp on Bluetooth from my phone, but still persists. Even when Bluetooth is 'off' on the amp, it's still trying to pair. I love this amp when it works... surely there's a solution, even if it means completely disabling Bluetooth on the amp?!!
This is really a bummer that this has not been answered
I did the firmware update - no change.
Did a factory reset - that made it work long enough to play one song.
The answers from Marshall are not helpful. I have no option for warranty etc. as the unit was won in a charity auction, hate to turn it into a show piece but this is so annoying will go back to my Fender / Spark amp and park this thing since there seems to be no resolution for a problem that is occurring on all models brand new or after a few years.