Question about Pioneer CDJ-800 Turntable
Originally it wouldnt eject even with the pin, we downloaded the update and used a lense cleaner and it is now almost fine except for continuous random looping making it impossible to mix, please help!
This probably means that one or two of the tact switches which enable the loop (loop in, loop out, reloop) is damaged and need to be replaced. In pioneer cd players when a tact switch is semi-broken, then if you press another button then it looks like you pressed that semi-damaged switch. For example you may hit "cue" and the cdj loops! It is quite common.
If you have some soldering skills this is the tact switch:
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: cdj 800 keeps skipping
Does it keep skipping, or does it keep looping? 2 very different things. If it's skipping, it will sound like it's scratched, and will only skip on some CDs, and not others - unless your tray is messed up.
DJ Pro Audio
Posted on Jul 26, 2008
More than likely the contact pad (aka Membrane pad) is probably damaged... or the flat cable which connects to the main processor, might be loose, or damaged.
You'll need to get this professionally checked out by a qualified technician. It's not an easy fix.
Digital Analog Therapy
Pioneer Repair : Pioneer Parts
Posted on Aug 30, 2009
Hey i just had the same problem im form denver colorado my cd wouldnt spin or the laser would not move then it wouldnt eject it i took it to this place called downtown radio and i tought they where gonna need to get some parts from pioneer the problem was that the IC Protector IC protectors are a type of solid state fuse often seen in consumer electronic equipment.http://freespace.virgin.net/matt.waite/resource/handy/icprotector.htm look at this site and the show what they look like its the N type there about $1 or $2 they fixed it for me and they charged me 130 so look around and find out what they are and try to find it in the cd deck its really small!!!!!
Posted on Feb 10, 2010
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