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My mixer hesitates about 30 seconds before it will bring up the song you select.Then when your done recording a track and push stop,it will run about 8 to 10 numbers before it does.Then [please wait]a

I've tried unpluging it to reset it and going back to the track I just recorded but theres nothing,it won't record.It works great until I push the record and play button,then [please wait]appears when you push stop then it freezes up again and i'm back to square one and I don't know what to do to fix it.Please,can you help me?

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Try reloading the factory presets. Back up any data you can.

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