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Pioneer Newbie
Location: hampshire
Registered: 21 August 2010
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hi all ive read here

http://forums.pioneerdj.com/ev...301050525#8301050525

about the same issue and i found the error code on goggle but is there a fix or is one of them things that i have to pioneer to fix or can i fix it myself ?

if so please let me know

thank you
Pioneer Newbie
Location: hampshire
Registered: 21 August 2010
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ohh yeah ive just noticed ive replayed in the cdj 1000.
i have a cdj 2000 that i brought in oct 09
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Location: Waterford / Cork, Ireland
Registered: 05 August 2008
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I'm not quite following.. Does the issue happen on your CDJ1000 AND CDJ2000?

Does the problem occur with one CD or ALL CDs?
Pioneer Newbie
Location: hampshire
Registered: 21 August 2010
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i have a cdj 2000
and with that error code u cannot do anything.
no update cannot eject the cd, its just dead...
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I still don't understand which unit the problem is occuring on, the 1000 or 2000?

How did the problem occur? You can force eject the CDJ using the pin at the bottom of the unit.
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Registered: 26 June 2005
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2000. He doesn't have a 1000, he just posted in the wrong sub-forum.
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Ah! Now I getcha!

Thanks for the translation, Will.
Pioneer Newbie
Location: hampshire
Registered: 21 August 2010
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so does anyone know what this means ?
motherboard broken ??
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Registered: 24 October 2006
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@mike590 > No - just update your firmware to 3.2 or newer and if you have the error again, post the second set of error codes.


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u cannot update the firmware.
like ive said u cannot do anything !!
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Contact technical support via the links atop this and every page.


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