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Mackie HR824 hello, The woofer sound is muted (woofer is ok and amp also?) tweetersound ok, the signal route is muted somewhere inside. Please let me know,,,a solution (i am technician electronics and have no schematics) regards, luc bertels

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Sw3 on the rear is low pass sw is bad contacts, c61 and oil contacttreatment,ok.

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  • Joshua Carlson Aug 19, 2012

    Hi Lucas, I'm working on this issue myself and I have the HR824 service manual, but I'm not sure exactly what to do (not an experienced electrician like yourself). What's c61? Is that in regards to the service manual or is that something I should buy?

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