Before you tear apart your dj poke something into the headphone jack... i opened mine up and tried to fix it and couldnt then my dad just shoved a lil flat head screwdriver into the headphone jack and now it works fine
Yes, you need to remove the roller (prod with screw driver at its base) then the plastic covers from the top and bottom of the dj must come off. this will expose eight screws total. remove them. then push the motherboard and the harddrive and bettery up through the case/shell. you will see the bad connections between the jack and the motherboard, solder them again to reestablish the connection. re assemble.
i am not saying this will not harm the dj, i did it a bit differently and screwed mine up. bestofluck
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if you have a problem getting digital channels (uk) find local channel number digital uk can help enter tuning menu go to manuial tune on tv or digi box. it will ask for channel number start with highest number pess ok or search repeat for each channel number normal 4or 5 depends on aera if still not getting all channels put aerial lead which come for aerial into tv bypassing any equipment such as vcr/dvd recorder then start again if still not all channels may need aerial upgrade .if yo get all channels connect vcr/dvd if some channnels disappear need to reset RF out on vcr/dvd remove aerial .connect vcr/dvd via scart reset RF out on vcr/dvd this can be found in vcr/dvd set up menu reconnect all leads should now work ok
Note do not set RF out to any digi channel numer
Comcast here. Most likely, the channels you need have been converted to a digital signal and now require a DTA (Digital Transport Adapter). Comcast is supplying our customer that lost programing as a result of the digitial transition up to 2 DTA's per home free of charge. Email our team at the address below. We'll get you cared for.
What you have is a bad battery. Your base unit is powering it while its mounted there, but as soon as you remove it, it dies.
There are some battery places that sell them for $30-$40 plus shipping, I found them on Ebay for $14.99 and free shipping. They come from Hong Kong so expect it to take about 3-4 weeks to arrive.
Try this link: http://tinyurl.com/clwalf Note: I have no interest in or affiliation with the seller of the batteries. Just trying to help.
I experience the same thing on a day to day basis. The key, is location of the antenna. Depending on where your antenna is located, determines if u can recieve local CBS analog v. digitial. I actually tried sticking aluminum foil to my old rabbit ear antenna legs. to my surprise, I even picked up digital channel I never knew existed. Besides, when the signal transmit in Digital, u are already prepared. Your local CBS afilliate station will be accesable on maybe 2 or 3 channels. example:
Channel 10 analog
Channel 10-1, 10-2, 10-3 digital HD will all broadcast the same programming.
Try to raise your signal level by adding an amplifier to your antenna or adding height to your antenna. If your signal goes too low for some reason the box erases weaker stations. Sometimes it just relocates them to a different channel number so make sure you use channel up and down first to see if it relocated a weaker channel by itself. Look for channel numbers you don't recognize and when it locks in sometimes it will relocate them back to the original station. Hope this helps, Russmann.
hi biff, ere im the same. iv'e been looking for the docking station for 20gb juke box.and looked on hundereds of places @ sites @ same ere cant find one.if you get info,pls let mi no.ta biff blackburn england