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Hi, I have a numark dxm01 mixer, when i raise the volume on one of the channels there is a noise that resembles radio interference. I've tried cleaning the leads and altering the volume on the amp but it seems to be picking up backround noise from somewhere. I wonder if one of the connections inside have come loose which results in this noise. It doesn't happen on channel 2. Thanks, Ste Patterson

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There is an internal break in a ground connection and that channel is acting like an antenna. This should be a relatively easy thing to find. Bring it to a service shop. It should not require parts.

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