Question about Audio & Video Receivers
SOURCE: the main bus on my
please make all your fader down-all your rotary control at middle(12 oclock position)------all your pressed pushbuttons in up position--disconnect all inputs cables----use good new cables for outputs---bring a good mic and connect it to any channel and raise its fader up and main mix faders up and check if the problem solved check your cables and your pressed button if not better to contact a good service center.
Posted on Aug 17, 2008
After a little research I discovered that Behringer has had problems in the past with there power supplys so I replaced the faulty one and so far the problem has been solved. Our local power company has been sending to much power to our church building and that is what caused to old power supply to burn out. We are still trying to get them to take care of their issues.
Posted on Sep 20, 2008
SOURCE: I have a Behringer UB2222FX-Pro
You need to find a pro audio repair shop to have that repaired. OR you can send it in to Behringer. To my knowledge parts are not available to just buy for them. You'll find that the switch you're ref. to, is soldered to circuit board.
Posted on Jan 04, 2011
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