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One or more of the bearing wheels have become damaged underneath the jog wheel. You need to strip the unit down and remove the wheel to get access to find the broken / stuck wheels. Replace, or re-seat, and you should be back up and running. The jog wheel is a lot simpler than it looks, once you have it out. Just be careful of the sheet switch, which detects pressure on the wheel. They're very fragile and vulnerable!
I had the exact same problem. I was working a party when some drunk ******* spilled some beer in my coffin case, thus getting into the jog wheel and cue button. I continued to work with it for a few months but got pretty fed up and brought it to a pio dealer. They fixed it up quick and cheap, now it glides like my other mk3s. I'd say bring it in a get a quick quote.
I don't have a technical manual for this unit, but I have worked on these before. They are fairly easy to dismantle, take care to apply even pressure when removing the jog wheel, use something like a butter knife (2 off) to slide under opposing sides of the wheel and gently prise up. Spare parts for this unit are available directly from Numark, however you can source them from elsewhere. you'll probably need to replace the transducer.
Sounds to me like your platter on the jog wheel is stuck in the engaged position. You have to open up your unit and take apart the jog wheel. In there you will find some spring things (don't quite remember what they look like at the moment or where exactly in the jog wheel they are) and you have to strech them back out so that when your hand isn't on the wheel it will spring it back up. Either that or the switch is busted and if that is the case you have to replace the switch.
Turn the power off and then hold down the function button untill it displays time, then hold down the right jog key (not sure this is the correct one, you should try some other button in case this won't work) until the time starts to blink. Now use the jog dial to adjust the time.