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Master channel problem

Hello,
the master channel when moved off 0 peaks red on left db.
i have tried different connections and last of all disconnected everything and still i have the same problem. is this something i can possibly fix/ order the parts required??
thanks

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There is a master gain volume on the rear of the unit. Make sure this is not maxed out. Keep it between 1/2 to 3/4's of the ay up.

If this does not solve your problem, your going to have to give me more details. What do you mean when you say "moved off 0 peaks red on left"? Do you mean that when you lower the master volume, the left signal is still hot (red)?

- OPTiC
DJ Equipment Repair & Service
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