Question about Pioneer CDJ-500II CD Player
I have 2 off CDJ-500ii decks and both are now starting to fluctuate on the pitch/tempo control/fader to degree of shifting +/- .2 without touching it. Can a repair be done? If so, at a shop or can i repair myself? Or , Do i need to replace? Can i get replacements as they are now discontinued models? etc etc etc. Thanks
You can buy a contact cleaner spray and spray inside the fader while moving the fader from -10 to +10. If the problem is dust or dirt this will fix it. If the problem presists, then go ahead and get a fader replacement.It's easy to replace ;-) Regards. DiMiS Greece.
Posted on Aug 10, 2007
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