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The first thing I'd look for is a failed electrolytic capacitor in the internal power supply circuitry. Often these can be spotted by visual inspection - the top of the capacitor is bulged out and may have leaked material. (Generally, these are aluminum cylinders about 8-15 mm diameter, 10-25 mm height, with a plastic sleeve marked with the capacitance, voltage, maximum temperature rating and brand name.) It is not unusual for more than one capacitor to fail before the unit quits working - the worst case I've had was 13 bad capacitors in one TV set (although the set was getting flaky a long time before it stopped altogether). The replacement part usually costs less than a dollar from the major electronic component suppliers. Don't get too cheap; you want one rated for at least 5000 hours at maximum temperature, and with a good ripple current rating. The Panasonic FR series works well for this application.

ANDERS NICHOLSON... • Answered on Jul 14, 2015

From the manufacturer website. Or maybe a music store that sells DJ supplies and equipment.

ANDERS NICHOLSON... • Answered on Jun 08, 2015

I couldn't find any link to a manual, but I have a possible solution: install Audacity on your computer (a free audio recording/playback program) and use that to play your records. There is a forum question addressing at least part of your situation: Audacity Forum • View topic - HOOKING UP/CONFIGURING A NEW USB ...

ANDERS NICHOLSON... • Answered on Nov 30, 2014

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