Hi guys I am new here. I seen some posts dating back a bit with people discussing the Egnator Tweaker 40 and the transformer issue. Here is my experience and I'm hoping I might be able to get some guidance. I bought my Tweaker on eBay in 9/2013. When I first powered it on the power light flashed as the fuse blew. I returned it to the sender who ran a repair shop and he fixed it and returned it to me at no charge. He never told me what he did despite me asking, but I'm assuming he replaced the transformer. 3 months later I was playing the guitar at church and between services (Christmas service none the less) the transformer blew again. This time I took it to my local repair shop and he replaced the transformer and installed a fan. Since then the amp has worked fine with no issues up until about 2 weeks ago it quit on me again between church services. Luckily there was a back up amp there. A few days prior to it breaking I had picked up a Fractal AX8 and am planning to sell the Tweaker and other gear to help cover the cost of the AX8. I can't sell it in this condition, so I need to get it fixed. In other threads, I read people reporting that it is ok to purchase a Egnator transformer now because they must have just had a bad run on them but any new ones would be ok. Well I don't know that to be the case. I have had 3 transformers fail and as far as I know they were all Egnator transformers. So my question is this, what are my chances of getting Egnator to cover the cost of this amps 4th transformer?