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Mixing knob problem

I turn the mixing knob all the way to Master and I hear nothing on the headphones. I have to select the Master in the headphones cue.
How can i fix it? what can be the problem?.
Please somebody help me!! is too expensive to expensive to repair it?

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Re: mixing knob problem

What do you mean you put the master to cue to hear something from the master? You should be ableto hear the master at all times then choose wha channel you are cuing up. Sounds like a pot. problem on the switch or board.

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