Question about Music
My left channels don't seem to be working. Also my Left channel Vu meter doesn't register anything.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: No sound in left channel
If you are looking for the service information for a Mackie 1202VLZ, contact Mackie. I believe that you can purchase it directly. They have contact information on-line.
Posted on Feb 12, 2009
When you said radio I am thinking you mean receiver when you say stereo. Have you tried using your CD into the input that you are plugging your mixer into? If you get both sides , right and left of your CD then it is a problem with the signal from the mixer and we can work from there.
Posted on Apr 25, 2009
Probably there are dirty contacts inside the assign switch, also it could be a bad solder contact on the switch or there around.
The switch can either be removed and cleaned or replaced.
Cleaning is a bit delicate procedure, but can actually be done, you need to take the switch apart, taking care not to damage any of the parts, then you need to clean the inner contacts and the contact making clamps with some fine sandpaper.
Be sure to put everything back together as it was otherwise the switch may not work properly or it may not work at all (be gentle with the contact making clamps, they can easily be damaged / squashed).
It could also be a problem with faders or preamps, but i would take a look at the switch first.
Posted on Aug 02, 2009
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Posted on Jan 15, 2010
Behringer only give the manuals to their authorized service agencies I am told.
Mixers are very symetrical and have lots of diagnostic capability from the outputs.
If you headphones work, chances are the moxer biss es are OK which probably focuses the problem on the output drivers.
Use headphones to see what jacks work... Remember that a stereo headphone will only have sound on one side for the mono jacks you test.
If your mains have a dedicated slider, one half of the slider could be bad. Usually you can tell those by a rougness as you slide them.
Posted on Feb 08, 2010
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