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My LCD Display

Saturday my club had a power outage and my cdj 800 went out, it came back on but the display was not on... No number no bpm track listing etc.
How can i get this repaired and can i do it myself. If not can you recommended me to anybody in Atlanta Georgia, who may can fix this problem before saturday

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Well, one of 2 things may have gone bad...

1) Ribbon Cable
2) LCD PC Board

The first is easily fixed. The second, is not. As for service centers, I suggest you contact Pioneer - www.pioneerelectronics.com

- Davis
DJ Pro Audio
www.DJPROLAB.com
www.DJPROAUDIO.com

Posted on Aug 08, 2008

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