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MIXER WAS SWITHED ON AT 220 WHILE SET ON 110 MODE

PLEASE TELL IF I CAN GET THE POWER SUPPLY REPAIR KIT. GIVE ME LINK ADRESS AND PRICE.

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SOURCE: power supply problem in Behringer pmp 3000 mixer

Just try to resolder all component parts in power supply section,maybe there is a loose connection or cold solder joints that causing of abnormal voltage or missing voltage.Also check the resistor for cange value causing the voltage trap.Check also all electrolytic capacitor for leak. Hope it may help you;;

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