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Sound i can only seem to get the left speaker and the left side of my headphones to have any sound. i have tried two different amps and the have the same problem so it seems a bit unlikely that its the amp. i have tried wiring the decks straight thourgh the amp and the same problem occours so i know its not the mixer. im sure this is a very trivial problem. please can someone help? im playing a party tonight!

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    the right channel is not working only on my turntable

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It seems like u need ur audio leads and earth re-doin mate take it to a decent dj shop will cost u about 20 pound 4 both of them to be sorted

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