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I have an I-Onix u42s which worked great up until today when I turned it on and it's not picking up any input sounds. I tried every input and no sound is coming through. I changed nothing on the lexicon so I'm baffled. Any help would be appreciated. Thanks.

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Probably the sound and devices settings in Windows control panel have been clobbered back to the computer audio instead of the Lexicon. Check the device defaults in "Audio" and "voice" tabs in the "sound and devices" in the Windows control panel.

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