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    Hi guys,
    I really need your advices.
    half a year ago, I bought two i.Scratch CD-Players. Till now I had no problems withe them. Yesterday they worked fine, but when I wanted to turn them on today, one of these doesnīt work right. So when I turned on, only the "Pitch Range", "Pitch On/Off" and the "CD LED" were lighting. All other lights and the display donīt work and I could hear no noice that the CD is rotating.

    So does anybody know why this is, and what to do against?



    I donīt know if it is importat to know, but I donīt use the Power On/Off botton to turn it off, i only unplug the two CD-Players and a Beringer DJX700 direktly from the grid. Can this be the cause of why it doesnīt work yet?

    Yours, Johannes

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    Quote Originally Posted by DJ loeckchen View Post
    Hi guys,

    I donīt know if it is importat to know, but I donīt use the Power On/Off botton to turn it off, i only unplug the two CD-Players and a Beringer DJX700 direktly from the grid. Can this be the cause of why it doesnīt work yet?
    This may be the problem. By plugging electronic gadgets directly to wall or extension sockets and leaving them always "on" may have caused a damaging effect during unstable electrical surge currents.

    The switches were made and installed to be used and not bypass them. It's a matter of common sense you know.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Nicadraus View Post
    This may be the problem. By plugging electronic gadgets directly to wall or extension sockets and leaving them always "on" may have caused a damaging effect during unstable electrical surge currents.

    The switches were made and installed to be used and not bypass them. It's a matter of common sense you know.

    But why does a part of the CDJ-Player work?

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    Quote Originally Posted by DJ loeckchen View Post
    But why does a part of the CDJ-Player work?
    Or rather, do you think that it is a problem with the software or the hardware?

    I have forgotten to mention that view weeks ago, the player did work, but it played only 3 seconds of a track and then it jumped back to the beginning.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DJ loeckchen View Post
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    They are not well known for making quality gear

    It's less than 12 months - just return it
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    Quote Originally Posted by Nicky H View Post
    They are not well known for making quality gear

    It's less than 12 months - just return it
    Thatīs not possible because I bought it from a friend and I donīt have a bill.

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