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Sldz 1200 cd jump

Help!
I have bought a sldz 1200 cdj second hand and it has a fault.
In cd mode the sound is perfect and plays freely.
In vinyl mode the cd jumps and skips. music does not flow freely.

i am yet to mix using this cdj and it is really depressing.

Please can someone help.
I am based in Leeds, UK if anyone knows any technicians.
Thank you
Oz

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  • Anonymous Mar 24, 2009

    Apparently this is quite normal for this model. Too bad. 

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