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Cdj issues i recently just moved and i packed my equipment up as securely as possible, but when i hooked everything back up one of cdjs was not working.  it accepts the cd with no problem and visibly everything looks like its operating fine but the cd will not play.  It goes to track one immediately just like normal but just sits there for about 1 minute without ever playing then goes to track 0.  Its odd because it obviously reads the cd because you can skip through the correct amount of tracks, but they wont play.  Im certain the cd is not the issue because they work fine in my other cdj100.  is there anything i can do on my own to fix this?  any help would be greatly appreciated.  my email address is : diamonddeep7@yahoo.com

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Try burning your audio cd's without finalizing the disc...that helped me alot, i had tons of media reading errors like trouble changing tracks, insane loading times, trouble pausing setting up a cue in track, lots of track skipping etc. chosing to not finalize the disc when burning helped all of those. also burn at a low speed, pref 1x or atleast 4x, and choose good media (verbatim for instance works great).

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I had this with my cdj 100s! i look it apart and replaced the laser. and works like a drem! part number DWY1069 type that n on ebay!

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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.

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