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Lexicon DC-2 My DC-2 will not power up, Worked great the day before. Is there something I can look for? maybe some kind of fuse? If not where would I send it to get it fixed.

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DC-1, DC-2 an MC-1s have the same power supply. The power supply usually lasts about 5 years before it goes. A New power supply is usually about $ 65.00. There is usually a $300.00 LABOR FEE. Check out THE SERVICE BENCH in MA. Phone number is 781-769-4338.

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    Kevin Z Feb 25, 2014

    You can buy a whole new power supply from Mouser. It is super easy to swap out - just a handful of philips screws and two plug connections. Emerson NFS40-7610J or equivalent, I got mine from

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