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OMT Gripper Issue

Hi,

I have a 1992 OMT1015 Wurlitzer. I had it in my storage for about a year. Now that I've hooked it back up, it won't put CDs back correctly. The gripper will take the CD and place it correctly. Then after the song is done it picks the CD back up correctly. BUT on the return trip the arm doesn't rotate back into the carousel position. It just stays flat. The CD hits the bracket that sticks up from a rod going to a switch. Then it just jambs. I can turn it by hand as it puts the CD back with little effort. But it just won't do it itself.

Any ideas? Thanks!

Larry
autopaint@inbox.com

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There's a spring wound round the shaft of the rod that drives the gripper gears. Oil very lightly. The gearbox rotates when it puts the arm back but the arm is held against the driving part by this spring so if it is sticking the arm will not turn over properly even if the drive shaft is doing what it is supposed to.

Dave.

Posted on Nov 03, 2008

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