By following the steps of this editorial you void your warranty. When your warranty. is still valid this may only be done by an official Pioneer Service Center.
The DJM-600's faders and Cross Fader are very easy replaceable if you know what you need to do. The following is a guideline how to do a proper replacement. This should only be done when no warranty is valid and by people that have some kind of technical knowledgement.
The part number that you need to order the Cross Fader Assy is DWG 1519 this is the best option but not the only one.
There is another possibility : ordering the Fader itself (Variable Resistor : DCV 1006). But when you want to do that to save money: it will cost you extra time to desolder the old fader from the PCB and mounting the new one on it's place. So most cost effective is to replace the fader including the PCB.
Also read : Replace DJM-600 Channel Faders
|1. Remove Knob and unscrew Front Panel
First remove the fader knob by pulling it straight of the DJM-600. Then unscrew the 2 screws that are indicated by the red markers.
The outer 2 screws do not have a direct relation to the Cross Fader but hold the mixers Front Panel to the chassis. These screws are to be removed by a Pioneer Service Center or other authorized repair companies.
|2. Remove the Front Panel
When you've removed the two screws you can remove the Front Panel of the Cross Fader by lifting it straight off.
|3. Unscrew the Fader
Now you can see the Chassis Panel to which the Fader is mounted by again 2 gold colored screws. Unscrew them so the Cover Panel comes of and you get access to the connector that connects the cable from the mixer to the Cross Fader Assy.
|4. Remove the Cover Panel
When the Cover Panel is removed you'll find the Cross Fader Assy below it. If you don't removed the Cover Panel now, you will find it harder to gain access to the connection terminal.
|5. Remove the Cross Fader Assy
Grab the Fader Assy and get it out of the mixer by simply picking it up.
|6. Unplug the connector
When the fader is out of the mixer you will have access to the connector that feeds the signal from the Cross Fader to the main circuit board of the mixer. You can free the fader from the connector by pulling it straight out, follow the direction of the arrow.
|7. Change the Fader
Now you have to replace the old fader with the new one. There is no locking system like on the Channel Faders so no pre-preparations need to be done. Start by mounting back the Cover Panel with the 2 gold colored screws and work yourselves back to the top of this tutorial by making all actions in the reversed order.
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