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  1. Hi guys, Problem is now fixed!! Here is the solution: Inside the console on the circuit board behind the faders are 2- banks of 3 dip switches. 1 of the dip switches on the bank of faders 13-24 was set incorrectly- must have been bumped when I had the console apart to reattach one of the leads that came undone on one of the fixture wheels. Kevin- yes every fader was responding the same way. Thanks for everyone's input on this topic!! Doug
  2. Thanks Edward I am going to give the faders a good cleaning- blow them out with air then use some spray. Do you have any recommended spray for the faders? I will also do the updates- thanks for the info on that as well!! I will report back with an update. Cheers!! Doug
  3. Here's s another photo of the percentage
  4. Thanks for the reply!! I had wondered this also but don't believe that this is the problem. It remains consistent across all of the faders. Also it happened suddenly, rather than over time It seems as though some setting has been created to reduce the triggering of the faders to a lower value. I have searched the manual to no avail, but this could be my inexperience with the console.. Doug Hers another photo of the percentage
  5. Hi all. I am an inexperienced operator on the fat frog. I am having a problem with the generics not going to 100%. They only go to 80-81% and as I move the fader up it doesn't fade up smoothly- goes to 1%, 2%, 3% then up to 80%. The only way I can get channel 1 to reach 100% is to also bring up channel 13 to 10. Somehow channels 1 &13, 2&14,3&15 etc, etc seem to be linked. Any help with this would be great!! Also wondering what software updates I can still get, along with any fixture updates. I have included a couple photos for reference Thanks! Doug
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