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My power cord was pulled out while still on.

Now I can't get no power throught the whole mixer. The mixer is the DXM series. I love the mixer and need help please.

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Are you talking about a Numark DXM mixer? If so, why would you say you have an issue with a CDJ-800? Numark Parts can be found here.

If not, you need to be more specific as to who makes your mixer.


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