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.
Check www.pioneer.eu to get in contact with the Pioneer Head Office in your country. They can give you detailed information who to call.
|1. Unscrew the Fader Panel
The Faderpanel can be removed entirely in 1 piece. So there is no need to remove all the fader knobs, just unscrew the 4 screw that hold the panel on the mixer. You can find these 4 screw in the corners of the panel in which the faders are placed.
The screws at the ends of the fader only hold the fader on it's place and there is no need to loosen these.
|2. Lift the Fader Panel
After unscrewing the 4 screws in the corners of the fader panel it lays loose on it's place. When you grab the 2 outer fader knobs and gently lift it, you can grab the fader panel and remove it.
Be careful : The panel is still connecter with the mixer by a couple of wires, so only tilt the panel instead that you lift it out of it's place and than follow the next step.
The connectors are grouped together, two at a time. So Channel 1 and 2 are next to eachother (on the left side, looked at the DJs position), the same goes for Channels 3 and 4, and the final set of connectors are channels 5 and 6. So each channel has it's own connector right below the fader, when viewed from the normal DJs position, from left to right is 1 to 6.
|3. Loosen the 6 connectors
The wire have a length of about 10 cm. Each fader has it's own connection to the mixer by a 4-pin mini connector. This is used for the VCA control and the fader start signal.
|4. Swap the panels and Reconnect
If you've loosened all 6 cables you can remove the fader panel and replace it with the rotary panel. You have to connect all cables of this panel with the terminals inside the mixer. Watch carefully that you connect the proper channel to the proper terminal inside the DJM1000.
Each of the 6 connectors have the terminal in the same direction, the connector only fits in one way so DO NOT FORCE IT, it should get connecter fairly easy.
|5. Mount the Rotary Panel
After all connections are made you can place the panel in it's final position and you can lock it to it's place by using the screw that held the regular fader panel to its's place.
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