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The CDJ won't load the disc!!!

Hey Guys,

My Pioneer CDJ-800 won't load any discs. The eject mechanism works cuz when I hit eject is the motor works and if I have a disc up to the slot hole, it'll push it up, but it won't grab the disc to load it. Any idea if this is quick fix? Or do I have to go get this repaired.

Thanks.

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Hi,

You have to get it repaired,no quick fix im afraid.


email: info@audiovisualservices.info for all dj equipment repairs.

Thanks.

Posted on Oct 02, 2008

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