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DJM 909 button isnt using desired feature

My DJM 909 has had quite a bit of using, and now my tap button for the left channel is bringing up my fader settings, anyone know why this is or how to stop it from happening.

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Yes. You need a new micro switch. I had to get both of mine replaced for the same reason.

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