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    Dr. Bento BentoSan's Avatar
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    do you know what part of it is wobbling ?

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    When I take of the plastic (the wheel itself) and I take the whole jogwheel unit out of the vci, then it's the golden part that is wobbling...
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    Hmm i havent heard of this problem personally, can you take the jog wheel apart even futher and see if you can see whats causing the problem.

    Sorry i cant offer much advice on this one.

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    its a brass fitting, you need to put the jogwheel back together and press firmly in the middle of the wheel until it sits nice and snug
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    On mine, the left jog wheel was wobbly. I took it apart and checked all the screws. They were all tightened and it still wobbled. My solution: I cut some pieces of card board from a cereal box and taped them to the bottom of the wobbly sides jog wheel assembly. It took a couple of trys to get the right thickness. I reassembled and there was no wobble. Evidently, the jog needs upward pressure from the bottom of the case.

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    Yes, so I finally got it fixed, I had to take the whole jogwheel unit apart. Piece by piece and had to be verry carefull with some parts like that silver(ish) disk and stuff, but it was worth the effort!! After taking everything apart it apperently were the last screwes and most difficult ones to reach, which attach the white plastic part, the jogwheel actuallys pins on...
    Thank you for all the replies, I'm a happy dj again

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