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Powers up but thats all folks......

You turn the beast on all the lights come on and stay on,it freezes... sometimes it comes on by its own free will,ive tried powering it up turned on its side or upside down a few times this worked but generally all the lights come on but nobody is home...anyone out there got a idea....

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  • Anonymous Jan 20, 2009

    same prob.. no solution

  • KONCR33T May 16, 2009

    I turn power on...all lights come on but thats it. I really like the CDX but I'm always having a problem. I've got three and only one works right. That's alot of money and that's pretty sad.

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Hmm, that is rather strange. Have you moved the unit recently, or took it to a gig? Might have received a power surge or similar, which might have caused it to freak out. Not much you can do, but you might want to contact Numark (in Rhode Island - 401.658.3131) to obtain instructions on resetting the unit - might work, might not work. This generally involves either turning off the unit and pressing a series of buttons on the unit, downloading a small file, or obtaining a CD from the manufacturer. Numark's tech support is pretty decent, but they don't go too in-depth. If the resetting does not work, then you obviously have a more serious issue, and will need to have a service tech take a look at it. Might be a blown Resistor or Capacitor. Sorry, there isn't much more you could really do. Good Luck!

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Same thing happened to me. Annoying! And mine was used. First the CD would load, got that fixed. Now it just lights on, that's it. Put a cd in and it spits it back out. I'm done with CDX's, although I do want this one to work cuz I don't have the $$$ to buy a new one or invest in a repair and I need it!

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  • Anonymous Jun 13, 2009

    Same thing happens to me. Just turns on, lights are on but nothing works. Spits CD's out. And I don't have the $$$ to invest in repairing it. What a dissapointment.... :(

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THIS UNIT IS BRAND NEW LIGHTS UP BUT CD NO WORK

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I Had the same problem wuth my cdx all the lights came on and stayed on.it stayed stuck like that and I had to send it back to get it repaired.Since I no longer was under warranty with numark I had To pony up(Get ready For bad news)$270 bucks.But The Good news is I sent it to T.S.I Repair Industries And They are a very good company.my cdx is working really good for now at least.I would suggest any body who owns a cdx to get an extended warranty because believe me you will need it.

Posted on Jun 21, 2008

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