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Powering on and off

Run fine for around 10mins then begins to power on and off . Been told unfixable.. is that the case?

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Like as not, Behringer is a disposable brand once the warranty (which does not cover wearing parts like pots and faders which wear out quickly and are not worth replacing due to the design in most cases)

We normally sell behringer kit if it still works just before warranty expires.

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