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CDJ 800 Has no power

Cdj 800 - no power - does unit have a fuse that could have blown? or is the transformer bad. thks in advance

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  • terracolson Nov 20, 2008

    Yes same problem here what helped you?

  • djnew001 Feb 17, 2009

    i also have no power, but im sure it flashed ''ad'' before it went off. the fuse inside hasn't gone, so im thinkin its the psu....

  • Road2xl_com Feb 23, 2009

    I have the same problem it happen over the weekend and its not working .
    could some one help me? if you have a solution .
    i checked the fuse . but it seens is not burned .




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This guy don't know what he is talking about,the cdj800 does have a fuse,if you open the unit up just make sure it's unpluged,if the fuse is blown replace it with one of the same rating,it's right next to the switch inside the unit,it's very easy to take apart just 5 screws,I have one that won't power on also but it's not the fuse,but yours could be,just check it out and don't be afraid just be careful when handling electronics so that you don't send static charges into the chips.

Posted on Feb 05, 2009

Hi,

The player does have a fuse but its not recommended to try and fix the player yourself as
it may not be the fuse at fault and is dangerous.

thanks.

email: info@audiovisualservices.info for all dj equipment repairs enquirys.

Thanks.

Posted on Oct 02, 2008

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