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Vocopro Gig Man Karoake Not working properly

My daughter was singing on this machine and my son walked by and switched the external speakers to internal then back again and every since that happened nothing on the front side of the machine works. It lights up when you flip the switch on the back but the power button on the front does not work nor does any other button. We cannot eject the cdg or anything, Please help!

Susan

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  • susu1 Aug 19, 2008

    That did not work, but thanks for trying, we could not find the factory reset. But did find a blown fuse inside so we are contacting Vocopro for help



    Thank You,

    Susan Prestwood

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Hello! Did the live session get disconnected? It is possible that he has also toggled the voltage selector that may have roasted the mainboard however you can try the factory reset to see if it works..

http://www.vocopro.com/PDF%20Manuals/GIG%20MAN%20MANUAL%20eng.pdf

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