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Cdj 1000 mk 2 cd won't go in front load tray

I have a cdj-1000mk2 that will physically load in the cds, it turns on, reads no disc fine, all lights on and working, and even when you press eject its sounds normal inside as if it is ejecting a cd, but when you try to put one in it just wont load it, no humming, no attempts, its as if it were turned off.

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  • Jman0009 Oct 05, 2008

    sorry wait, that first sentence, i wanted to say that will NOT physically load in the cds.

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Sounds like a cd slot mech problem,if you havent had it repaired you can send it to us.

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