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Does not hold memory of programmed options

When i shut off my jukebox all the programmed options,time/date/credits,ect. are not there when i power it back on. i beleive the battery that hold memory in ram is dead. where is the battery located and how do i change it?

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Hi,

I do not know what type of jukebox you have but the the battery will be in the Central Control Computer, this is the case with the Rowe Ami version of your jukebox. It is a 3 volt lithium (disk type) battery.

Regards
Alan Hood
ami-man
UK

Posted on Mar 03, 2009

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It would not be 1962 as CDs weren't invented.
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I 'think' this is what you do.
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Hello,

Have you checked all the fuses or circuit breakers on the jukebox?
Are all the power supply led's lit?
Make sure that all the connection plugs into the boards are fully seated and making good connections.

After checking the above if the fault remains you will need to contact a Wurlitzer service engineer.

Regards
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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, tech@wurlitzer-ohio.com

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On the Selection & Credit Computer (SCC), slide the service switch up to "ON" and press the LT button (also on the SCC). This will put the machine in service mode. You should then see either "10" or "00" on the display, depending on which CD player version you have.
Now press button 5; you'll probably see "2200" on the display, indicating 22 CDs programmed. To change, press and hold button 5. While pressing 5, press "R" and release both. Now, type in the number of CDs followed by "00". Press 5 again to show the programmed result. If correct, slide service switch back down to "OFF" and press LT again. Machine is now ready for operation. For further assistance, please email tech@wurlitzer-ohio.com.

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Rowe cd jukebox


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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Is it in credit? Neither will work if it is not set to freeplay.

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Is this a Wurlitzer One More Time you are talking about? There are no relays. Well there are, but they are in the credit computer. Is that what you mean?

Dave .

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To set to free play you simply move the wire jumpers in the credit unit. (It's the white box on the right hand side below the mechanism).
You move the two left jumpers to go from 0 to F (freeplay!) and the jumper to the right of it from 1 to 7 (maximum credits=49)

Then either switch off/on to reset or press the LT button once.

Remember that if you have programmed it for less than 100 CDs in the carousel that 00 will not work as that is technically CD 100.

Dave.

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