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Phono output went dead, help!!

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i have a dj mixer Ecler Nuo 2... One of my audio outputs went dead....vis it possible to replace it with the new one and of course where in london i can do it???? please help... i need some good audio electronic expert who will do it for me...

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It is almost impossible to replace the outputs on a devices once it's fried. There is more internal stuff that goes along with it most of the time vs. just the output portion of it. If it doesnt cost too much most places will check it out for free and then let you know the costs and let you decided from there if you would like to or not.

I'd recommend contacting the manufacturer to see who is legit to repair this product as if it was under the warranty, which even if its not you can at least contact those people independently in order to better resolve this issue. Otherwise use google maps to track someone down in your area to contact.

Again, just to warn you it might be an internal board vs. just the output panel. I've seen this happen before with plenty of connections on different devices both audio and visual...it can be pretty heft price to replace and some times you are better off just upgrading onto a new model vs. paying out the costs to fix it.

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