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AAS (Analog Address System) - Stations Work

The information in this post is provided to assist in troubleshooting. Perform work at your own risk. ENSURE ANY POWER FROM DEVICES HAS BEEN DISCONNECTED BEFORE SERVICING ANY EQUIPMENT. If you do not feel comfortable performing the work, please contact us or your local service center. Be aware that ETC and its Affiliates are not responsible for any damage or injury caused by service of our products by anyone other than us or our authorized service providers, and such damage is excluded from the product’s warranty.

Symptoms/Issue and Solutions

  • Cable between station and AAS Processor has been damaged, and cables have been cut and/or shorted.  Also check wire termination at the station and AAS Processor.

 

  • Stations LED's are not turning on
    • No power is coming from the AAS Processor (F2 likely blown)
    • Issues with Station or AAS Processor - send both in for RMA Repair.

 

  • Take Control switch or other switches are not working
    • Bad switches - send in for RMA Repair.
    • Issues with Station or AAS Processor - send both in for RMA Repair.

 

  • Faders do not control channels
    • Issues with Station or AAS Processor - send both in for RMA Repair.

 

  • Use the "Monitor" menu on the AAS Processor to test the input functions

 

  • After checking cables, wire termination, and fuses, try swapping in a known good station.

 

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