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Hi, Possibly pitch slider at fault but would need to be inspect to be 100% sure. if you havent got your player repaired and you live in the uk then you can try this site. www.audiovisualservices.info
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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.
Could also have liquid spillage on the circuit board which cause all sorts of random problems
i've had cdj-100s for a while and i am familiar with cd loading issues... flip the turntable, on the underside there's a sort of key, it's ur CD eject pin, u take that and poke it in the hole in the front... that should take care of the stcuk cd, now the problem i'm having is, IMO, a derailement in the ejection system.... basically what's happening to us is that the 100s is in CD in mode... I've tried the key method, i think mine is totally all over the place, i've pressed eject and kinda pushed the cd in, i got it to run, play music (so lazer's not broke) and it would eject fine but then automatically go back to CD in mode and lock the drive.
i'm gonna take it completely apart and rebuild it... i'll post back with answers, if any!