Question about Pioneer DJm 400 Professional DJ Mixer
Hopefully you powered your monitors from the SAME receeptacle as this device.
If one powers monitors at one end of a room from one receptacle and their mixer from the other end, due to noise spikes on the power lines, one can have one or the other damaged.
ALWAYS power connected equipment from the same receptacle source.
Your unit uses a 250ma fuse according to the schematics. Replace it with an identical type fuse. You have to open the unit and you will find it on the board in fuse clips. It is a glass type, easily seen and replaced.
NOTE: If it blows right away, take unit for repair.
This unit is very poorly grounded, much like consumer electronics so one needs to be careful what you connect to it.
Posted on Sep 13, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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