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My jukebox will for some unknown reason start flipping the selection covers automatically without pushing the selection button. This happens every half hour or so if I leave the cards in the center position or so it automatically flips them all from right to left until the last row of cards is left on the left. Can anyone figure out what I can do to stop this. Is it possibly a faulty switch. Thanks for any help. alkinsman@shaw.ca

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  • Al Kinsman Nov 13, 2008

    thanks very much, I will keep an eye on it to see if it continues.

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See your manual on how to enter SERVICE MODE. When you enter it the display will show SERVICE MODE. Then type, hold and push, or push the keyboard keys as follows:
Type 20 - display will show ATTRACT MODE ON
hold RESET key down and then push 9 key - display will show ATTRACT MODE OFF
push POPULAR key

The problem should be fixed and you can shut the door and resume normal operation.

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There is something called a "play stimulator".
It's actually a program setting. When the jukebox is in a pub it is set to play a random record now and then to remind people there is a jukebox. It's programmed that way and can be turned on or off.

What you have is a setting for flipping the pages for the same reason.
It's not a fault it is actually doing what it has been told. You can time your watch to it.

I have no idea how to change it but rest assured it isn't a fault as such. It's been set up that way. You need a Rowe expert.

Dave F.


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