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Vestax PMC 05 PRO MIXER master output is not working

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    Where to fix it in London, UK?

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More than likely the output PCB might be faulty, or the signal amp might be damaged. In either case, not an easy fix. As for service in the UK, try HARD TO FIND RECORDS - they have a pretty good service dept.

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hummm , does it also hum with the other gear shift out, especially tl and ledlights, if so it't a ground loop, but often is just the earth of the turntable not well connected

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If not, then the issue might be the input connections or input pc board the connections are soldered on to.

The fader can be self replaced, although complete disassembly of your unit is required. Not a hard task, but there are alot of jumper cables, and you have to be careful when putting her back together.

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Hello, Mr. Dixon.
I had the same problem and i decided it whit this procedure:

1. Restoring Factory Default Settings



2. Set the PITCH Slider to the center ( 0 ) position.

3. With the CDX-05 in the start mode displaying “no Disk” hold down EJECT and TIME/ENTER and press FILTER. The TEMP display in the LCD reads 0.0 and the procedure is complete.

Good luck!
Peter Petrov

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