Hi Johnny and welcome back,Thank you for the new requested question and your patience. Should you still need assistance for information purposes only... Initially, please bear with us; post back with a clear picture of the PCB particularly the area concerned.
Thank you for all your help. If you ever decide to come to NY let me know could use some one on one training from you or I take a vacation to the Philippines :).
Here is the picture. The unit was dropped and it looks like the cooper came off.
Thanks for the invite and do come over Johnny when able; hope you like fishing.On the CDJ-2000, use a copper wire from 1 pin of C850, loop around the pin / foot of S8502 and bring it back to the capacitor pin. Thereafter fill with solder to reenforce.Please post back how things turned up and/or should additional information be needed.
I like fishing for blues or strip bass dont go to often but love the thrll when something is on the other end of the line. What do you catch?
I'm sorry but I can't find c850 pin 1.
When I put the new switch the leads are long. The hole which has the cooper I can solder. The hole with the issue if I were to use the lead from the switch and directly connect it to c8501 which is not far at all would that work?
In a nutshell we are connecting the hole with the issue directly to one of c8501 pins?
Also, the hole with the issue how should I secure it so when the button is pressed it stays firm and doesn't wiggle around since solder can't stay on it.
Not much of a fish eater but always a thrill catching them. Ever been shark fishing?
Normally when things are labeled with a C it stands for capacitor but in this instance (C8501) does it mean connector? I don't see any capacitor.
The other side is fine. Would I still need to do the same thing still?
Using a glue gun will it cause any problems with connectivity?
Out of curiosity can I fix the trace and glue another ring on the hole so that solder would stick?