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Cd1000j My CDJ 1000 pauses the Track when knocked even gently, even pressing the area around the pause button can cause this to happen.

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Possibly a bad soldering joint or weak connection.

Posted on May 19, 2013

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SOURCE: My play pause cue button has worn out on my cdj 800 1

No, the cue buttons for the CDJ800 and CDJ800MK2 are configured differently, and will not fit. You can take your existing buttons off, take them to a body shop, and have them dip it in chrome!

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Posted on Apr 30, 2009

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SOURCE: Liquid spillage on eject button

THIS MAY WORK? LEAVE IT IN THE AIRING CUPBOARD FOR A FEW DAYS AS IT MAY HAVE A SHORT. THE 2 BUTTONS ARE QUITE CLOSE. IF NOT PROBERBLY NEEDS TAKING APART AND CLEANING OUT. HTH'S

Posted on May 05, 2009

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SOURCE: Player skips to the next track

Hi,

Sounds like a laser pick-up problem.

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Hope this helps you.

Thank you.

Posted on Jan 20, 2010

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SOURCE: A drunk guy throwed a little bit of beer on the

If this was brought to me for repair the first thing I would do is completly strip the player to clean out any beer residue. This would involve washing all the plastic parts (top chassis, knobs, jog wheel parts etc etc) in warm soapy water. Any residue on the circuit boards is best cleaned off with a toothbrush and an alcohol based spray / liquid such as Isopropyl alcohol (if nothing else available metholated spirit will do but it tends to leave a purple residue itself).
Some spare parts may well be needed if, for instance the beer has got into the tack switches or pitch fader etc.
Error 9101 is stated as :-
Mechanical time out - Abnormality of disc loading mechanism
so the beer may well have got in the deck aswell but it could also be the electronics are confused causing the deck to do stange things thus generating the fault code - hard to say for sure without having the player on the workbence.
I hope this information helps.

Good source of spare parts :-
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Posted on Jul 07, 2010

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Cant get it off of the pause feature


press pause button again, wait for it to respond
(make sure door is closed)

if that doesn't work, press and hold pause button until something happens.

if that doesn't work, power off, then restart

if pause is on all the time, and never resets, even after power down/up your button is stuck/broken, fix/replace button or panel.

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When i press cue on my cdj 1000 mk3 it plays and i repeatedly press cue and it jus starts from the cue point and does not cue and then when i press pause it doesnt do anything so the song just keeps...


Your CDJ needs new Tactile switches. These sit under the big plastic knobs you press, and are actually what do the work when you press the button. Proably the most common failure on the CDJ range. Simple repair if you are competant at soldering. If not, take it to get serviced, they'll do it while you wait (if they're good!)

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Yes, this can be caused by a faulty button or buttons, where they are stuck in the on position. The control line gets blocked by the stuck button, and won't even eject in some cases. Take it to a service centre and they should be able to resolve it while you wait, and drink their tea :)

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THIS MAY WORK? LEAVE IT IN THE AIRING CUPBOARD FOR A FEW DAYS AS IT MAY HAVE A SHORT. THE 2 BUTTONS ARE QUITE CLOSE. IF NOT PROBERBLY NEEDS TAKING APART AND CLEANING OUT. HTH'S

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Could be either the Track skip switch has collapsed and is thus over sensative or the button bank is broken and the track skip switch is being pressed when the cue button is used.
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Are you getting error messages? If you hold down the pause button for 10 seconds on that model , you should get one.

Keep me posted.

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