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Yamaha mg32/14fx mixer dead audio channel how to fix

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SOURCE: Tapco MIX60 6-Channel Mixer

It does not appear to have a crossfader

Check this link for a closer look at the mixer. You can click the "larger image" link and get a really good look at it. Unless one of the knobs are a crossfader, but I always seen sliders as a crossfader. At least you can see it better here.

http://www.bswusa.com/proditem.asp?item=MIX60

Posted on Jun 30, 2008

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SOURCE: Yamaha Mg12-4fx 12-Channel Mixer

ok look here on page 21 & 22 of 32 http://www2.yamaha.co.jp/manual/pdf/pa/english/mixers/mg12_4fxe.pdf

section #5," ST output"
the "st out" will go to the amp you have for the mixed sounds

section #1, "line or mic input"
this is the input for the guitar or a mic , but only one(mic or line ) per input # at a time

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SOURCE: My 16 channel Yamaha mixer board will not power on as if power switch is messed up I'm wondering if there is an easy fix

It depends. If if has an external power supply, you can try a different supply of the same rating. Beyond that, it may be a blown fuse, which may be internal on the power supply board, or as you say perhaps a broken power switch. Whether it's easy or not will depend on your diagnostic skills, how much you know about electronic repairs, and your availability of parts.
Generally, i suggest people take their repairs to professionals as poking around inside electronic gear can cause more damage, both to the gear and to themselves.

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ok look here on page 21 & 22 of 32 http://www2.yamaha.co.jp/manual/pdf/pa/english/mixers/mg12_4fxe.pdf

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http://www.bswusa.com/proditem.asp?item=MIX60

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