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Fader's problem in YAMAHA O2R96

What the procedure of auto fader testing in YAMAHA O2R96 audio mixer?

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Hi! I've got a Yamaha 01v and to auto test the faders I simply hold the ENTER button while turning on the mixer. I guess It's the same for the 02R. ;)

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My fader has static in it already. I've had this thing since Christmas and it haven't been used too much. Is there something I can do to fix it or do I need to just order a new fader?


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How to Set up Auxiliaries on a Mixer.


Here are some tips to set up the auxiliaries properly on your mixer:
  • Step1:
Your auxiliaries allow you to send the signal from a channel strip to somewhere else while maintaining the signal on the channel strip. For instance, you can use auxiliaries for monitor mixes for performers in a live environment. You can also use auxiliaries for external effects processors or a number of different situations.
  • Step2:
Set the auxiliaries to pre-fader to allow you to change the level for the auxiliary with the auxiliary knob but not with the channel fader. Most mixers have a "Pre" button that allows you to enable pre-fader mode. If you don't have the button pressed, your auxiliaries are in post-fader mode, which means your channel fader will affect the signal level of the auxiliary output. For monitor mixes, you usually want to use pre-fader so you can control monitor mixes independently from the front of house mix. Some effects processors will be better to run post-fader, though, so don't always rely on pre-fader.
  • Step3:
Send out your auxiliary sends. On the back of your board, you there are the auxiliary outputs. For a monitor mix, you will use these outputs to connect to the inputs of the monitors. When using an effects processor, you will use the auxiliary output to connect to the input of the effects processor.
  • Step4:
Plug in a return if necessary. If you are just doing monitors, you do not need returns to the mixer. When using effects processors though, you need a way to get your effected signal back to your mixer. Take the output of the effects processor and connect that to the return input on the back of the mixer. Now you will have to adjust the return section on your channel strip to get the desired signal.
  • Step5:
Use the auxiliary knob to set the desired level. Once you know if you are running pre- or post-fader, and you have your inputs and outputs all correct, you can start sending signal to your auxiliary output. Turn up the auxiliary knob until either your monitors are set correctly or until you have the desired amount of signal going to your effects processor or other outboard equipment.

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Volume meters are not picking up sound and is not recording,


This is probably pilot error. There are a bunch of things to do to setup this correctely. I would recommend looking at the videos about mixer setup on YouTube. There is a procedure you go through that is COMMON to most brands of the mixer. The fact that the volume meters aren't working at all implies a problem that the mixing buss is not receiving audio. Turn trim gains up, turn the faders both the channel and the main up, and UNMUTE the channels of interest and you should be getting audio through the unit. ALso does your headphone jack work?

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Faders not working properly on am844d right channell goes in out when I wiggle the main L/R fader. Some of the channel faders are eractic. The level of volume is not responding right to fader...


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You have ONE chance to save them. From Home Depot get a can of CRC226 in the electrical dept. Put some of that using the spout into each fader near the middle and work the faders. The CRC226 costs about $2.70 a can. Make sure it is the 226 as there are OTHER CRC products there and only 226 is the one that is suitable.

The De-Oxit will have cleaned out the lube of the faders and if you are unlucky, one or more of the wipers will have folded back which is fatal... The CRC226 is an electrical lube that I have restored faders and pots with... It has many other uses including lubing plier joints...

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Sounds like the fader has reached the end of its life. It should fade smoothly from one side to the other with equal audio from both lines in the middle. . You can get adjustable rate faders, but not for this model. if you do a search for a replacement (click here) there are plenty of places around the world to source one from. They are easy enough to change, overpriced in my opinion, but they dont miss you when it comes to replacements. Changing the fader will fix your problem I am sure. Thanks for using fixya. Good luck

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start with connections and try to clean fader with lubricant contact cleaner from radio shack or any electronics store.

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