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[SOLVED] S-DJ05 does not turn on power, please help!

Hello! I bought the S-DJ05, came home and tried to connect it. Then I plugged the power cord, turned on main power. But I didn't see any indicator lights.

Then I tried to turn off power cable and placed it to other equipment (DJM-2000). power work perfect, cable was ok.

But S-DJ05 doesn't work. It seems like power turned off.

How can I resolve this problem?

Thanks!

 

Yevgeniy Luchshikov

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Please don't take this as sarcasm but have you flipped the switch at the bottom of the speaker ?

There's two on / off selectors - the switch to power the speaker on then the on off button to activate the speaker inputs. 

 

Paulm72 0 votes
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@Yevgeniy > Are you getting a signal on the VU meters on the mixer? Have you the controller connected to one speaker and the control cable running to the other? Have you chosen the correct input source? (Look for the Input Selector button on the controller).

Gavin 0 votes
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The speakers are not powered. All switches are turned on. Yesterday, I made ​​out the speaker and found that there was blowed the fuse.

Today I will try to change it.

 

Thanks for your answers!

Yevgeniy Luchshikov 0 votes
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Not powering up at all? I suspect it is the fuse then. Let us know how you get on after changing it.

Gavin 0 votes
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The seller says that this equipment will work on 110-240V and I bought it. I did not read parameters. 

But, they work on 120V only. We  use 220V.

Thats why the fuse are blowing.

Yevgeniy Luchshikov 0 votes
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@Yevgeniy > What does the rating on the back of the speaker say? Did you buy your speakers within the region you live?

Gavin 0 votes
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The rating is 120V, 60Hz, 45W,

The information from seller was 110-240V. The seller knows that I need 220V.

Now he say that "Pioneer has started changing some items from 100v-240v to 120V only".

I will need to look for voltage converter from 220V to 120V.

Yevgeniy Luchshikov 0 votes
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@Yevgeniy > Is the retailer in the same region as you? Did you buy locally?

Gavin 0 votes
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No, I buy it from America. I live in Kazakhstan. In our country we haven't equipment from pioneer.

Yevgeniy Luchshikov 0 votes
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Seems like a harsh lesson to learn - I hope you haven't done any irreparable damage. You should always check the rated voltage on electronics products, especially when purchasing them from abroad.

Gavin 0 votes
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Yes, you are right!

I have not been able to test check the voltage. It wan online buying.

I had to trust the seller.

Yevgeniy Luchshikov 0 votes
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@Yevgeniy > Your english is perfect, don't worry! I hope the retailer can help you out.

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