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Master Output Malfunction PLEASE HELP

Hi. I have a Pioneer DJM-600 Silver DJ Mixer (bought it new, and have had it for 3 years) and I have been able to keep the "Trim" level up at half way or more without any problem. Recently though, when I turned it on, the master output is completely distorted, far too loud, and forces me to have to turn my Hi, Mid, and Lo levels down to 1, -3, and -24, respectively (as listed in order above). Not only that, but I cannot do Master effects, I have to do it on Channels, 3 and 4 independently, but not through "Master" (which should cause all channels to have the effect processed on them); in other words, when the effects knob is on master no effect comes through, only when it is on an independent channel. Even through Headphones, the "Mixing" knob doess not distinguish "cue" from "master", or in between the two. That's why I believe I am having a problem with the master outlet, specifically. Does anyone have any idea(s) as to what the exact problem may be? I'm guessing it is a blown fuse, but what does a blown fuse even look like? Thanks for your help.
-DFT

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