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Berhinger Xenyx 1622fx won't power up - just a feint flashing of the blue power LED

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It sounds like you have a power supply problem inside this pre-amp. No real way to tell exactly what it is without troubleshooting it with the proper tools.

Since it is a quality piece of equipment, you should consider taking it to a service center and let a professional technician look at it. Unless of course, you have some decent electronic trouble shooting skills. In that case I would open it up and check the power supply section first.

Many music stores either have a service department or know where the good ones are at. So you could check with one of those.

This type of equipment is know for having oxidized or dirty controls since they are often used in clubs with lots of exposure to smoke. The sliders and gain controls need to be cleaned on occasion. But this does not sound like that type of problem. if it were anything but the power switch, it would still turn on and just have some staticy and intermittent audio output.

Sorry to not be of more help, but problems like this are usually something electronic at board level.

If I can be of more help feel free to just ask me.

Dave

Posted on Jun 28, 2008

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