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The cd will loadin, but no information will display on the screen. the cue and play button will flash. when you press play no sound comes throgh

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I don't recognise the fault but if you can get it to SW London I have a workshop there. abcdavedj@aol.com

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Where is the button/knob set up to play single song verses continuos songs from a cd on Pioneer cdj mk..


The button you need is the Auto Cue button, which is to the left of the top display. Press and hold to turn auto cue off, which puts the player into continuous mode. This button is also the Time Mode button.

Hope this helps

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When i press cue on my cdj 1000 mk3 it plays and i repeatedly press cue and it jus starts from the cue point and does not cue and then when i press pause it doesnt do anything so the song just keeps...


Your CDJ needs new Tactile switches. These sit under the big plastic knobs you press, and are actually what do the work when you press the button. Proably the most common failure on the CDJ range. Simple repair if you are competant at soldering. If not, take it to get serviced, they'll do it while you wait (if they're good!)

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After i have finish recording and i am finalizing the the cd code OPC appears on the screen, and being finalize the cannot play in other cd player why?


OPC means the unit had trouble Optical Processing Calibration, which means the disc surface may be damaged. Using brand name media and being careful to not touch the recording surface would help.

It's not completing the finalization so it won't play in a CD player yet.

It's mostly in the manual

http://www.retrevo.com/support/Harman-Kardon-CDR-20-CD-Players-manual/id/386dj191/t/2/

OPC: Stands for Optical Processing Calibration.

When you see this message in the Information

Display for the Record DeckK, it means

that the laser transport inside the unit is making

the calibrations and adjustments needed so that

the recording process is optimized for the specific
disc in use.


When an unfinalized CD-R or CD-RW disc is

placed in the Record Deck%, the letters

OPCwill flash once the Table of Contents has

been read. This indicates that the unit is optimizing

its circuits for maximum compatibility with

the specific recordable disc in use. the number

and total running time of any tracks that have

already been recorded will appear in the

Information DisplayK, and the appropriate

indicator SPwill light to tell you if a CD-R or
CD-RW disc is in use.

To Finalize a disc, place it in the Record

Drawer%. Once the disc's Table of Contents

information has been read and the OPC process

has been completed, press the Finalize button

E@and note that the Finalize Indicator

Uwill begin to flash. Within three seconds,

press the Select button9*and note that

the Finalize IndicatorUwill stop flashing.

The Finalization process will take up to two

minutes, depending on the length of material

recorded on the disc. During the Finalization

process the Record Deck will not accept any
operating commands.

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My cue button on my cdj 1000 mk2 kept jamming so i got some foam cleaning stuff from a dj shop and sprayed it on the cue button now it started going mad skipping traks, playing in reverse. i think that the...


cue button sticking sounds like the button on the pcu board needs replaced, I would clean all the foam stuff of if possible, as for the screen not working sound like some of your wires have come unconnected easy fixed just plug them back on to the pcu board

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Queing up on cdj 200


In order to set a cue select th button IN/REALTIME CUE once you do that you an press the CUE button located next to the play buton.

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Could be either the Track skip switch has collapsed and is thus over sensative or the button bank is broken and the track skip switch is being pressed when the cue button is used.
Could also have liquid spillage on the circuit board which cause all sorts of random problems

Oct 21, 2008 | Pioneer CDJ-1000 CD Player

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ON MY PIONEER CDJ-1000MK2 MY CUE BUTTON IS VERY SENSITIVE... I DON'T KNOW HOW TO FIX THIS, I KNOW EBAY SELLS THE PART HOWEVER IM NOT SURE HOW TO REPAIR IT MYSELF AND OPEN UP THE CDJ.


Replace the cue tac switch or worst scenario replace the cue play board.... takes 5 mins to open solder and fit back together or 2 minutes to replace board

Hope this answers your query
MBI
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The buttons usually wear out, open unit and replace the buttons.

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the faulty button will not stop it from playing well... replacing them is not hard so long as you have some experience with a soldering iron.
Clean the laser lens with a cotton bud wet with windex... then use a dry one to be sure no residue is left. If it still mistracks... new optics required!. You willl need a pioneer service agent to do this for you. A little complex for the first timer :)

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