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RECORDING LEVEL IS NOW INOP

I have used this machine for 2.5 years to record live performances at my karaoke gigs. All of a sudden teh recording level button does not seem to have any effect on the recording level. It is stuck wide open. ANY SUGGESTIONS ???

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Wide open as in you cannot control the gain? If so I would suggest controling it from your mixer using a second zone or record out.

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