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Numark Cd-Mix-2 left side disk problem

Disk door won't close automatically and the display reads error, must push cd in mannualy. When play pushed the display reads error.

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    Hello
    Numark Hybrid X2 Problem is cd stuck in unit and no control over the display.

  • Anonymous Mar 20, 2014

    Numark x2 cd stuck no control of the LED display.

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Cd drawer and laser assembly are belt driven. Belt needs to be replaced

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If you do find out the exact issue, please email me at littleguydan@googlemail.com
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