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Cdj 800 the deck works ok in cd mode but when i switch to vinyl mode it stops... i can scratch with it but when i release the platter it just stops again..???

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

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More than likely the touch/sensor pad underneath the platter is bad. This can only be replaced by a professional.

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Does the unit play in vinyl mode if you turn the platter by hand?. If this the case the commom fault in the "sheet switch" which is under the platter and sensors the pressure when you press the platter.

The "sheet switch" and it is a circular plastic "sandwich" of multiple contacts and when constant pressure is put on it (i.e something is sat on it for a long time), it tends to stick together giving the effect you are pressing it when you're not.
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You'll need to get this professionally checked out by a qualified technician. It's not an easy fix.

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Well, the problem is that you spilled beer on your platter.

More than likely the beer dried up, and now it's all sticky.

Professional cleaning is highly suggested.

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CD Mode does not react in the same manner as as Vinyl mode when you try to back spin. At the very least, you will only be able to go back a few bars. It's mainly used to set the Cue properly.

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More than likely you have a bad switch, although this is not something that you could service yourself. I would suggest taking it to a service center in your area. Make sure they are Pioneer authorized, and know what a CDJ800 unit is!

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Well im having the exact same problem and cant for the life of me figure out why it wont work if you have a soulution please please please email me

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

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If your unit is under warranty, I suggest sending it off to Pioneer for repair. If you cannot find anyone locally, our company offers nationwide service.

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