Question about Wurlitzer Jukebox 1015 One More Time 100-Disc CD Changer
Check for 50hz vs. 60hz on the motor. drive belts slipping. motor will have small slots for oil to be put in, front and back, and it probably has not been oiled in years. you did not say 78's or 45's so ! other suggestions are great also!
Posted on Apr 09, 2013
Check what type of drive is driving the turntable, it will be a belt drive or an idler wheel (or jockey wheel).
Clean your turntable, idler wheel or belt after taking it off of the jukebox in clean soapy water to get all of the oil gease off of these parts. Dry well. Check the motor and slightly lubricate if required. Replace the turntable after rubbing a small amont on the turntable shaft do the same with the idlerwheel bearing (if there is an idlerwheel fitted).
Now check again the speed of the record, a good sign is if you hold the edge of a record the turntable should keep turning.
Posted on Sep 09, 2009
Bad drive belts.
Motor needs servicing (most likely).
Hasn't been converted for 50 Hz.
Posted on Jun 25, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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