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I need to know the part number for the main input jack on the front of the amp.Also what supplier would have this part? I'm finding it difficult to track down someone who can help!

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To get the official part number for the jack you have to call Behringer at 1-425-672-0816 to get the number AND an incident number. You can order the part from the only Behringer distributor, FullCompass.com. If they don't have it in stock expect to wait months. You can also try this company which may no longer be the main distributor:

http://www.dbmproaudio.com/behrparts.html

Posted on May 26, 2011

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    secondcha880 Jan 14, 2013

    I just called the 1-425-672-0816 number and these folks have the jack in stock for like a buck something but the input board is out of stock but on order. The board goes for around $5 and supposedly includes the jack. Anyway the guy was really cool and helpful and said to try back to see if they have an ETA for the boards. $6 shipping for anything under $45.

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