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CDJ800MK2 problems upon loading disc, one on my cdj800 mk2...reads the cd, but the turntable will not spin. (The Play buttom seems to be stuck?) gives a code E-8380

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Code E-8380 is a read error. Either the CD tray itself is stucked/jammed, or the Play switch is not sending the correct signal to the CD amp.

In either case, professional assistance is required.

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Posted on Sep 13, 2008

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