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I can't hear the sound from tracks on one of my saved songs in my Korg D3200 mixer.I see the levels on the tracks go up and down, but no sound.Help!

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6. Playback
(1) Set channel 1 to play.Turn the REC/PLAY key on. Then press the channel key of track 1 (the track you just recorded) to set it to Play (key lit green).
(2) Return to the beginning of the song.Hold down the STOP key and press the REW key to return to the beginning of the song (?p.37 "2. Location").

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This sounds like a failure of the LCD connections at the LCD sandwich. It may require replacement of the LCD screen. If one is careful and is adept at electronics, one can DIY this. Be caareful to keep track of screws and location and be very careful of the cables within the unit. If you are unsure of your capabilities, best to take this to a competent electronics repair shop.

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Can you explain how did you adjust the space on your computer?

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SOURCE: have korg d3200. gray

i'm stuck on the start from cd screen and have the cd but it doesn't do anything can anyone help me?

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SOURCE: Korg d3200. I can't play or burn cds all of a sudden. Says no disc after inserting a disc. What up?

It sounds like the drive isn't working correctly. i suggest taking it to a Korg authourized repair shop to get it looked after as they will have better access to the needed parts. You can find one in your area through this link-
http://www.korgusa.com/KorgDealers

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