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Controller gettting bypassed minutes after startup.

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  • December 12, 2014 16:16
    Chris D
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  • October 28, 2014 10:14
    David Greene
    Change in reply by David Greene to Hi Alain, Sometimes I have a brain fart; wanting to get up and running and within 15 mins the NS7II dedecides "I want to act up." No controls work on the unit, turning off the NS7 II for a few seconds and turning it back on, doesn't fix it. So I exit Serato DJ, turn off the NS, load DJ back up (all the way) and turn back on the NS. No problems after that.<br><br>Another tip (off topic), If you're practicing scratching on a the NS7 II: You load up the sample and start scratching (you haven't pressed the PLAY button, so the platters aren't spinning.) After a few minutes the deck will continually move forward or backward, you lose total control of the deck. Turn it off for a few seconds, than back on again is the only way to fix it. I found turning the motor off will eliminate that problem, as far as I could tell..
  • October 28, 2014 10:10
    David Greene
    Change in reply by David Greene to Hi Alain, Sometimes I have a brain fart; wanting to get up and running and within 15 mins the NS7II dedecides "I want to act up." No controls work on the unit, turning off the NS7 II for a few seconds and turning it back on, doesn't fix it. So I exit Serato DJ, turn off the NS, load DJ back up (all the way) and turn back on the NS. No problems after that.<br><br> Another tip (off topic), If you're practicing scratching on a the NS7 II: You load up the sample and start scratching (you haven't pressed the PLAY button, so the platters aren't spinning.) After a few minutes the deck will continually move forward or backward, you'll lose control of the deck. Turning it off for a few seconds, than on again is the only way to get it back. I found turning the motor off will eliminate that problem, as far as I could tell..
  • October 28, 2014 10:09
    David Greene
    Change in reply by David Greene to Hi Alain, Sometimes I have a brain fart wanting to get up and running and within 15 mins the NS7II dedecides "I want to act up." No controls work on the unit, turning off the NS7 II for a few seconds and turning it back on, doesn't fix it. So I exit Serato DJ, turn off the NS, load DJ back up (all the way) and turn back on the NS. No problems after that. Another tip (off topic), If you're practicing scratching on a the NS7 II: You load up the sample and start scratching (you haven't pressed the PLAY button, so the platters aren't spinning.) After a few minutes the deck will continually move forward or backward, you'll lose control of the deck. Turning it off for a few seconds, than on again is the only way to get it back. I found turning the motor off will eliminate that problem, as far as I could tell..

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