Question about Pioneer CDJ-1000MK2 Turntable
The problem is almost certainly the "sheet switch" which is a circular plastic "sandwich" of multiple contacts fitted under the platter and when constant pressure is put on it (often when players are stcked on top of each other), it tends to stick together giving the effect you are pressing it when you're not.
The part will cost you about £30.00 + fitting + VAT unless you are confident enough to do it yourself
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Posted on Jul 20, 2010
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