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Studio Monitor not working, Not a blown woofer. HELP! Studio Monitors
Old 1st December 2016
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Studio Monitor not working, Not a blown woofer. HELP!

So I have a pair of Mackie MR5 MK2's and one of them is not working. I've isolated the problem to it being the monitor as when I switch the XLR from the faulty monitor to the working monitor it works fine. I checked the woofer and fuse making sure neither was blown and both are fine. I get RF interference in the non-working monitor was curious if that could contribute to it as well.

Is it possibly an electronic fault?

Should I take it in for a repair?
Old 1st December 2016
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Crossover or power module could be blown.
Old 6th December 2016
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How would I find out if either are blown? I'm assuming I'll have to open it up, or send it out depending on the level of technological know how I'll need. I don't think it's the power module because the power light comes on when the power switch is on but I could easily be wrong if that doesn't effect the sound.

Thanks!
Old 6th October 2018
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having the same issue with mine. had RF interference, monitor threw sound, then didnt, then RF again, and sound is back. Suspecting its crossover as the person above mentioned. any thoughts
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