Question about Pioneer CDJ-800 Turntable
It made a scratchy noise as it died and it scratched a little with a low quality scratching sound for a little while and then it finally died during a song. I do not have the money to play for a professional to repair it.
Ok, I am not sure what your question is?
More than likely either the drive motor, or the power transformer gave out or both. Unfortunately, not a cheap fix, but cheaper than buying new. Total parts and labor, would run you about $200 or so.
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