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Pioneer djm-600 I purchased a used mixer, and when I plug into the rca's on channels 1 & 4, bothing comes through..no sound, no display.

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Victor is correct. Either the PCB foil pattern connections or soldering joints have to be repaired, or the RCA jacks themselves might need to be replaced entirely if the metal surface has been completely worn away. Both are common problems. You can check the metal surface wear using a jewelry look or magnifying glass/loop, but for internal PCB connections and damage you will have to open the unit and remove the input/output pcb and look underneath to check for any damage. If you're lucky enough to have just bad soldering joints, 'd have all jack soldering connections redone to be on the safe side and save yourself some time, money and aggrevation.

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The rcas need to be resoldered

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  • Giulio Moro Jun 06, 2012

    Hello Victor. Is there any place I can source new quad and dual rca jacks for the DJM-500 and DJM-600 mixers? In some cases I can't resolder them as the connection plating is worn and needs to be replaced. Thank you.

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