Saturday my club had a power outage and my cdj 800 went out, it came back on but the display was not on... No number no bpm track listing etc.
How can i get this repaired and can i do it myself. If not can you recommended me to anybody in Atlanta Georgia, who may can fix this problem before saturday
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The CDJ1000mk3 has some yellow fuses that look like this: http://artaudioparts.com/product/aek7023/
Open it up and use a multimeter to check if any of these fuses is blown. A blown yellow fuse could be your problem. I do not remember right now which fuse is responsible for the screen.
Check the service manual and find the part number, it begins with "AEK".
If you find it drop us a message here: http://artaudioparts.com/contact-us/
so that we list the part online, if we have not already upload it.
Not true! CD channels don't require a pre-amp and the cartridge for a turntable does. I suspect that when the power went off the mixer was still on, so that when power was restored it came back on. However this resulted in a surge inside the unit. Magnetic cartridge pre-amps are often very sensitive to this kind of thing and will sometimes fail, while everything else works fine. This would result in no sound from the record decks, but sound from CD players etc.
I am an aircraft mechanic not an electrician, but I narrowed it down to the power supply. Somewhere on the power supply there is a connection that is making a bad connection. I will keep looking and post if found! :)
It's possible that you can remedy the problem by cleaning the controls. Being as how they are analog controls and facing directly upward they get dust and dirt in them quite easily. Use a cleaner that is designed for slide controls, one with a silicone lubricant, not one that's straight alcohol as the control will get stiff and not move smoothly. If cleaning does not do the trick then yes, you'll have to replace it.