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No input level and no audio

Mixer turns on, but no input signal on level meter and no sound go out of the main or tape output. I also noticed that the XPQ Surround but does not light up when I press it. It started to act like that after I used the wrong voltage 220 instead of 110 (Brazil). However I replaced the fuse as indicated and now it turns on and everything, but not working properly as I described above. My 2 CDJ 200 were also connected to the wrong voltage in the same episode, I replaced the fuse and they are working fine now.

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The problem is that it may not have 'just' been the fuse that blew. Sometimes, because components are delicate, the fuse blows shortly after the damage has already taken place. My concern is that the logic board has a component(s) fried as a result. The fuse blew only after the fact. Luckily, you did not suffer any damage to your CDJ 200s.

Unfortunately, the cost to fix this situation may be much more than the unit is worth. You're probably looking at having to get another unit to replace it.

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SOURCE: the mixer has xlr main output x2 and jack

The output jacks are PSUEDO balanced so use TRS cables and you should be able to drive two amps from each with no problem either as a WYE or daisy chained connection. The PSUEDO balanced connections do NOT drive differential voltages, but tie the return to ground through a 120 ohm resistor. It is imperative that you power ALL the amps and the mixer from the SAME receptacle or power conditioner. If you don't do this, expect lots of hum and risk of ground bounce damage to your equipment. Run extension cord if you need to.

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SOURCE: Behringer SX3242FX intermittently looses signal

Make sure you are using BALANCED cables from this... eithe XLR or TRS cables. Using TS unbalnced cables MAY ground out the signal which is sent as balanced. Here is a schematic for the 24 channel unit... yours just has eight more channels. http://elektrotanya.com/behringer_ub2442fx-pro_sm.pdf/download.html
Scroll down to "get manual" and click to download. Ignore other download links.
By looking at the signal paths, you can OFTEN do a lot of testing from the available jacks. If the contacts on the right main INSERT jack go bad, that would cause your problem,,, NEVER use other than an insert cable in these jacks.

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SOURCE: Beringer PMH 660M has very low power output to speakers and when the volume in increased the output pops in the speakers and goes completely dead, everything else works ok and the lights stay on

could possibly be the volume switch, try changing the switch with one that you hardly use to eliminate the problem. any further probs just let me know. hope this helps

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