Question about Pioneer CDJ-1000MK2 Turntable
Volume has died on my cdj1000 mk2. I was using it for a hour then came back to it and now when playing it you can't hear the tunes. I have checked mixer and that all channels are working, all leads are connected. Can anyone help?
Does absolutely every other function / light / switch etc etc work ok?, If so then the 1st place I'd look would be the output phono connectors and the circuit board they are soldered to, I would be looking for dry joints and cracks where the sockets are mounted
Posted on Jul 06, 2010
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