I have a Stanton C-304 DJ CD player. It's play and cue buttons are needing to be pushed harder than normal and I am wondering how to fix them. Is this just a connection problem or maybe springs under the pads are worn? HELP!
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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
Now, you have to use the CUE button function on each channel to select what you want to hear when you cue things in the headphones. Last, you control the volume of the master cue in the headphones using the CUE volume of the headphone CUE section.
I have had one of these for many years: Switch it on, you must make sure the two transit screws at the back of each deck are fully unscrewed and loose, let the machine displays settle down, then insert a CD, then press the 'reset' button. There is a built-in delay of about 11 seconds before the deck begins to read. After this the machine should then display the first track number, and pressing the big red button will start play.
Pressing the 'reset' button again stops playback and the CD spins down, but if you leave the CD in there it will eventually re-index and cue up again. This feature is to enable fast, one-button CD changing and it works very well in practice, as the 11 second delay is enough time to take one CD out and get another in there before it tries to read it again.
To stop playback just press the 'reset' button (this is the most used button!) and take out the CD. After the delay, the machine will try to read a CD as normal, but display 'no CD' on the display. There is no stop button, as this unit was designed for continuous use in a club or disco.
i had the same problem on the c303. ended up sending it to FL for fixing. when i got it back it worked fine for a few days then other issues such as not reading disc. unfortunately i could only recommend another manufacturer since this one seems unreliable.
the c303 has the same screen and inturnal curcit board as the 304 ans 314. the other two items you are seeing are for the other units. it was a way for stanton to save money by useing the same parts in other table top cd models.