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Cdj800 jog wheel stops working after 45mins

Hi, i've had my cdj800 for about 8 months now but recently it has developed a fault..

After approx 45mins the jog wheel platter won't work in regards to pitch adjustment- ie if a turn the platter wheel anticlockwise the speed of the cd remains the same whereas it should slow. the same goes for i turn it clockwise. rob

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Sounds like the jogwheel sensor sheet,if you havent had it repaired you can send it to us.

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The drive motor on this unit is probably about to die, or the contact pad underneath the platter is damaged. In either case, you'll have to take it to a qualified service technician for diagnosis and repair.

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