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Replace Belt ' Brother
support.brother.com/g/b/faqend.aspx?c=ca&lang=en&prod=mfc9970cdw...Replace the belt unit following the steps below: ... *If your Brother machine has a Touchscreen, please follow the steps under "For Touchscreen models" below.
Check the cables. If one lead of an XLR-XLR cable is shorted to ground, 6 DB gain is lost. You haven't really supplied enough information regarding cables and model of the manual mixer for us to help much. Do check that ALL of your audio interconnections are BALANCED lines either XLR to XLR or TRS cables. Grounding one side of a balanced line reduces gain 6 DB. Try swapping mic cables and channels to test where the problem is in the system.
The combs (screens) should not spin. They need to be stationary so the hair can most effectively poke into the slots to be cut
If yours are spinng, either they are not put in correctly of they are damaged and need to be replaced. To check for damage, take them out and try to turn the blades inside the combs with your fingers. The blades should turn freely inside the combs. If they stick, they are damaged and need replaced.
If you require replacements for model 4401LC, you will find them at shaveroutlet.com. See link below
I own a Rival Food Slicer, Model #1101/8. I need a new blade which is 6-1/2" diameter with nylon bracket plastic gear riveted to inner side of blade and the screw which holds the blade in place. Please tell me how to go about getting one and how much it will cost. Thank you.
The easiest way to find a service agent near you for your microphone is to contact Shure at the following;
All service and repair issues for Shure, QSC, Phonic, Sound Devices and Radial products are handled directly by Shure Distribution UK. Please contact them at the following for information on service and repair issues:
Shure Distribution UK
The I.O. Centre