@Wario > in what part of the world are you located?
Pioneer CDJ-800 MK2 Complete Transport CD w/ Laser Assembly
hi my cdj 800 mk2 not read cds , i take them to pionner authorize technicians and told me that laser is not working, request to buy part # VXX - 3125, i seach in pionEer elect parts store and http://parts.pioneerelectronics.com/part.asp?productNum=DXX2678 it says this part is not avaliable and suggest buy DXX 2678 http://parts.pioneerelectronics.com/part.asp?productNum=DXX2678,, i was cheeking info about this parts ans it seems that DXX 2678 is use for PIonner 400 instead Pionner 800mk2, is urgen for my buy this as soon as possible but not sure of compability between this two tranport laser assembly can someone help me, also i find this site to buy parts http://www.instrumentalparts.com/picdmk2cotrc.html, this is the part im looking but pioneer stote is unavailable for know, what can i do ??? thanks for the help !!!
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I also search for a new Laser for my CDJ800MK2 both fail to read CDs right after turning them on, and i got suggested to get new lasers...
they need between 5-10 minutes to get the first disc running. always they are eject cds or simply show errorcodes E-8301, E-8302 and E-8303 in a random order. As all those errors mean something like "clean the disc" (according to: http://audioandlighting.blogspot.de/2008/04/pioneer-error-codes.html) i tested with many diffent cds, totaly new and just unpacked from store, slow burned at 4x speed.... all the same.
Wired is, that after the first disc is ready. it takes ANY disc i insert... it can be scratched like hell (well not TOO bad, but bad enough) and it reads them nearly perfect... but while playing the discs also skip/jump sometimes more often, sometimes less often... also for brand new undamaged discs.
any idea, where to get the lasers cheap? or maybe... is it not even a laser fail?
CDJ are from june/july 2009, latest firmware, bought and used in germany. homeuse only.
Sorry, we can't recommend unofficial Pioneer service shops or do-it-yourself repair solutions, however you may contact Pioneer directly to order parts or seek service for your players.