Calibrating pitch on technics!

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Hey guys!
Iv had problems with new technics i bought and have 2 0 points, i found this video which explains how to sort it out but iv followed it all and i still have the same problem.
Anyone know what it could be? and can it still be fixed or do i need to get a new fader?

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this will tell u if u need a new pitch.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KbdK94vl_Bs
if you move the pitch and the dots dont move gradually when moving the pitch. i.e if they move radically and unevenly. then u need a new pitch fader.

viperfranks video that you posted is spot on. if two 0 points is actually your problem, you might be doing it wrong.
 

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had the same problem too, the 2nd part is the one you want. have you been fiddling with the blue box? should be a case of tweaking it until the larger middle dots are stationary at 0 and top dots stationary at +6
 
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Thanks for the replies!
this will tell u if u need a new pitch.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KbdK94vl_Bs
if you move the pitch and the dots dont move gradually when moving the pitch. i.e if they move radically and unevenly. then u need a new pitch fader.

viperfranks video that you posted is spot on. if two 0 points is actually your problem, you might be doing it wrong.
The dots are still moving smoothly just the two ) points, i tried a few time following the video, but yeah if thats the case must be doing it wrong! I shall try again later!

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had the same problem too, the 2nd part is the one you want. have you been fiddling with the blue box? should be a case of tweaking it until the larger middle dots are stationary at 0 and top dots stationary at +6
Yeah i followed that too! Got the pitch to plug 6 right! But then when i take it back it still had the 2 zero points!
 
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