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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.
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!)
Hi, Possibly pitch slider at fault but would need to be inspect to be 100% sure. if you havent got your player repaired and you live in the uk then you can try this site. www.audiovisualservices.info
Hope this has helped you.
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