Question about Pioneer CDJ-1000MKII CD Player
My pioneer 1000's mk3 are just over a year old and the pitch sliders are playing up. I took them to a shop and they said the copper track inside them is worn away. Im being charged £160 to have them replaced, I was told the warranty doesnt cover wear and tear.
Is this a normal problem? Am i being ripped off? I paid it out of desparation cos I have a big gig coming up and have to practice. Let me know
I had my decks fixed by these guys they are in london.
thier websites is www.technics1210repair.co.uk
they do PIONNER CDJ REPAIRS AND SERVICING
check them out.
im only spreading the word due it i had my decks fixed their and i am so pleased im telling everyone so they can get the same service i did, rather than paying over the odds at some **** toster repair shop.
Posted on Jun 10, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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