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Yes, it can be fixed. You may have a bad jog wheel or the micro switches that reside beneath it. For more information, please visit my website at audioserviceclinic.com. You may contact me directly through the website. Thank you.
Sounds like you have a broken Sheet Switch. Basically, there is a circular piece of plastic which goes underneath the jog wheel, so that when you press the wheel, it activates the switch and stops the track / slows it down, and also puts the indicator on in the middle of the wheel. The part is readily available from Pioneer, and is a bit of a tricky fit, however is not the hardest thing to fit on the unit. However, it is the most fragile part of the player, and most common to fail if the unit has had physical trauma, eg dropping, spillage etc.
There are very small wheels underneath the jog wheel, and these wheels are sitting on a plastic assembly, which has a tendency to break over time. More than likely, you'll have to have this repaired by an authorized service technician.
My last post was a CDJ with a separate fault, causing a similar type fault.
99% of the time, this particular fault is the Flac switch under the platter jog wheel, take the jog wheel apart clean the plastic strip that runs around the jog wheel, the one with rubber feet that activates as a pressure switch.
Often there is air bubbles, liquid, condensation in between the two layers - causing it to stay in touch mode. If that doesn't fix it then you need to replace that strip (pressure switch). They are about £30 quid.