Numark Mixtrack II - cue and pitch problem

Right side of my Numark Mixtrack II seems to be frozen. I can not change the cue. The right cue is always ON, and I can not switch on the left side to hear through the headphones.
And, while on the go, the tempo drop drastically on right side (like if I keep the pitch bend down button pressed). And if I give a single press to the pitch bend up button, tempo comes back to normal speed.
I am using VDJ 7.
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  • Hey Devinda,

    Thanks for posting!

    If you have created or installed a custom mapping for your controller and wish to use the factory default instead you can easily set the controller's mapping back to the default factory settings without having to delete anything.

    Go to Settings > CONTROLLERS, and choose the appropriate device from the left side controller menu.

    Once the controller is selected, click on the Mapping drop down menu and select factory default.

    This will use the default mapping for the device and leave any custom mappers that have been created intact so that they can be later selected again if you wish to use them. The factory default mapping will always be available in the software (regardless of how many custom mappers that have been created) and cannot be deleted.

    If this does not resolve your issue, Run a test to see if the controller is sending Midi Data correctly from the Mixtrack II:

    For testing on PC:
    MIDI-OX

    This video will get you set up quickly for Input Monitoring in MIDI-OX:
    Monitoring MIDI Input with MIDI-OX

    For testing on Mac:
    snoize: MIDI Monitor

    Test the functions of your controller in MIDI-OX to see if information shows up in the MIDI-OX window. If so, then the controller is sending MIDI data correctly to your computer. If not, there may be other causes of your symptoms, such as hardware failure.

    I hope this helps, let me know if there are questions!
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