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I plugged an XLR cable into My DVC-60 to get direct audio from the control room at a church, and the level meter flashed three times and after that I could not get any levels at all, neither from an external mic or the internal mic.

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Replace the xlr cable and check most probably the cable got shorted.due to which the unit flashed three times.
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--------to get it confirmed before buying the cable.you can get your unit checked at local electronics repair store,because they have this cables in spare so they will connect it and confirm the fault.
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