Jukebox no longer turns and suddenly began playing 45 from right side rather than left. Plays same song over and over and won't budge. Accidentally bumped something underneath when trying to pick up something that had fallen down. Can't even open jukebox to figure it out?
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Re: Wulitzer 3010 model
First step is to get the jukebox open. I'm not entirely sure but apart from the lock there are two slide latches that need moving to undo the bottom half and then two more latches under the crossbar at the back to open the top half. If I've got this wrong sorry, I am doing it from memory.
Second step is to see that the crank arm under the carousel is hard up against a pin on the selector drum. Press the pin back down.
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Perhaps someone has programmed the machine for "Play stimulator" (random play) or background music. The easiest way clear all f is to default the machine to factory settings. First, unplug the memory plug (red wire at bottom right side of selection and computer and turn off power to the machine for 10 minutes with the memory plug unplugged. After turning on power, the carousel will rotate to determine its capacity. After that the machine is ready for operation. Re-connect the memory plug. If you need further help you can contact me, firstname.lastname@example.org
It sounds like the CD has to be initialized, so the jukebox knows how many songs are on the specific CD.
To initialize a CD, go into service mode, input code 31, then index the cd number (two digits), then hit "popular". return the jukebox to play mode.
The carousel should scan and load the CD you initialized, and then return it to it's slot.
It should now be able to play any song on the CD you select.
The correct way to load a OMT is with the labels facing towards you on the right hand side and away from you on the left. (Just make sure it plays them face down.)
If it spins...thinks about it...spins again and puts the CD back you have a laser fault.
If it is a 200 selection machine you probably have a jammed number solenoid in the selector unit. This prevents the machine being able to move the solenoids to the correct number. Look at the circular selector unit with 'pins' on it under the carousel. at the bottom of that you will see a circular disc with 'teeth' all around it. When the jukebox is at rest or turned off you should be able to gently rotate that plate with the teeth on it. If it is jammed then that's your problem and will need some serious fixing.