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Old 10-08-2019, 12:45 PM
jhigbee@tropicana.net jhigbee@tropicana.net is offline
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Default Mutes on D-Show master section don't work.

Our '08-vintage D-Show ( with latest software ) has shown up with an intermittent muting issue. Sometimes the mutes on the output fader section on the main control surface work; other times they don't. The problem generally toggles after a power cycle, but it's a crapshoot as to whether this will happen on any particular cycle. The mutes always work on-screen, or in response to an implicit mute; the buttons on the control surface surface are the issue.
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Old 10-09-2019, 08:52 AM
emluper emluper is offline
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Default Re: Mutes on D-Show master section don't work.

Given the age, you might want to flip the panel over and take a look at the contacts. They might just need a good cleaning.
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