Question about Pioneer CDJ-800MK2 Turntable
This is the most common problem of Pioneer CDJ players, and it is natural wear. The small tact switch underneath the cue button is damaged. (sooner or later the play switch will break down as well)
If you have soldering skills, desolder the old tact switch and solder a new one. This is the spare part:
If you do not have soldering skills, and still want to do-it-yourself you can change the whole pcb with the switches on it. This is the spare part: http://www.artaudioparts.com/product/dws1386
This way you get brand new switches for cue, play, forward and rewind which they usually break down as well in the future.
Posted on Nov 21, 2013
I have come across this problem quite a few times. 9 out of 10 times it has been the cue button being warped.
Posted on Jul 25, 2008
Call up pioneer support and ask them for the "switch that goes behind the cue button". it's about 2 dollars and when they ship it to you take it to your local audio repair center and it will take the guy about 20 minutes to unsolder the current switch and put the new one in...
Posted on Apr 23, 2008
Check the outer plastic casing a smine did this too, but then spotted casing slighty warped with heat, so was causing button to stick and jam bit.
Posted on Dec 10, 2007
Hi it sounds like your cue button tact switch is worn out,this is very common for tact switches to get worn if it gets constantly used. regards. paul.
Posted on Sep 04, 2007
The cue switch has to be cleaned by a technician. if that doesnt work. replace the cue switch.
Posted on Jul 18, 2007
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