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Sounds like the output cable from the 802 is not correctly pinned to your input on the computer. Fred is on the right track but you may need to take it a bit further.
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2. The Power amp circuit loses the DC feedback and saturates to one of he rails.
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You will lose 3 Db since you will only be driving one side of the balanced VW input, but there is plenty of gain. The sleeve of the mono into the VW will ground the - balanced input of the VW. The connection is absolutely safe. Should you encounter noise on the connection, use an isolation device like a DI and use ground lift with the 2488 into the mono jack of the DI and XLR out of DI into the VW. I think you will find this unecessary though in your use.

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I suspect one end of the crossfader pot has broken from the element. The fader probably costs less than $5.

You likely will have to remove all the knobs and some screws to seperate the board with the fader from the front panel so you can replace the fader.

VERIFY the pot is bad with an ohmmeter before dis-assembling however.

You MAY be in luck. It looks like the cross fader has a connector which MIGHT allow you to remove it or certainly only a small board for replacement, seeing these take abuse.

It appears that the cross fader is a dual 100K type B taper.

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Check you assign buttons and bottom (three black square buttons) and play with them. It sounds as if you are not sending to that side. You should use mono cables into left and right. I set pan on left all the way left and right, all the way right. Hope this helps.

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