Question about Pioneer CDJ-500II CD Player
I recently purchased 2 x cdj500 11 second hand on ebay 1 works perfectly the other doesnot. This is how they were sold and I got a good price.
I have cleanded the lazer lens and did at one point mange to get a track to play, but it started skipping and the CDJ would not play the entire cd.
upon further investigation I found that all the buttons on the player appeared to function, except the cue button and the cue mode button. however when comparing the cdj to the one that is working the cue mode button depresses and clicks in the same manner as the functional players button. But the cue button itself doesnote depress or click or move.
Does anyone know how to repair or replace this button and would this be the cause of the cd playing problems (which seems logocal to me).
The faulty button will not stop it from playing well... replacing them is not hard so long as you have some experience with a soldering iron.
Clean the laser lens with a cotton bud wet with windex... then use a dry one to be sure no residue is left. If it still mistracks... new optics required!. You willl need a pioneer service agent to do this for you. A little complex for the first timer :)
Posted on Jan 13, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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