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I have the 002. I left it on for a bit while I left the room. Came back and the computer wasn't recognizing it. It's not the fire wire. THe mute button remains red, the automated faders pop back into position, but there ar eno LED's lit, but a light behind them shows faintly. What's the problem?

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Hey Susie-Cue

Best bet is to power the whole rig down at the wall socket, and reboot, try again. If it still does not come up normally, then you may need to take the unit to a digidesign Authorised repairer or the guys you purchased it from and they will be able to take care of it for you. Sorry there is no magic fix, good luck

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robotek

Posted on Jul 14, 2008

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