Question about Pioneer CDJ-1000MKII CD Player
That's a tough one. Could be one of many problems, or a combination of issues. There are various motors which control various functions of the unit, so if one of these went bad, it would cause this type of problem.
Unfortunately, it's not easy to diagnose, and you will need to take it to a qualified service center for repair.
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