Tracks start stopping.Cue button playing up.Code E8302 showing
Both my cdj1000mk3 are playing up at the same time.There only 5 months old and have not used them a great deal.Cue button wont find cue points properly and tracks seem to stop and start without me touching a thing.When I have no music playing out of the speakers and just listen to them they make a very quiet click click noise.Both are doing the same thing,and a code on both comes up E8302.Is this something to do with the downloads or is there a problem with the laser not reading the disc properly.Very frustrating they are pretty much brand new.
Re: Tracks start stopping.Cue button playing up.Code...
It good be a number of things that can cause this, it could be the quality of your cdr's that your using, it could be your disc copier going faulty, it could be your recording software your using, it could be your disc's are slightly damaged, it could be the speed your your copying your cdr's or it could be your laser pick-up going faulty. If you havent had your player repaired you can send it to us to have a look at it for you.
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Could be either the Track skip switch has collapsed and is thus over sensative or the button bank is broken and the track skip switch is being pressed when the cue button is used.
Could also have liquid spillage on the circuit board which cause all sorts of random problems
just read about your issue with the gemini's 02, have had the same ones since december 06, and have had the same problems as you, mainly my 'play' buttons that broke down into the machine.
The first time I had it repaird by the shop I bought them at, after that had several times where the paly button broke into the machine. What I do now is to open the player by unscrewing the screws and it 'tape' the button where it should be.
The tricky thing is that when opening the player, there's like a sound card on top of the buttons, so you need to get that tape in between the card and the button, I learned to do this with a tweaser;
Having said that, I will also tell you that I've had it with this gemini hassle and that I will move to pioneer soon;
the faulty button will not stop it from playing well... replacing them is not hard so long as you have some experience with a soldering iron.
Clean the laser lens with a cotton bud wet with windex... then use a dry one to be sure no residue is left. If it still mistracks... new optics required!. You willl need a pioneer service agent to do this for you. A little complex for the first timer :)