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Re: No sound on 2710 Wurlitzer
Find the input to the amp from the tone arm. Play a record and while it is playing unplug the tone arm input. Stick a paperclip in the input of the amp...if it doesn't go HUMMMMMMMMM.....you have a dead amp....or the speakers arent plugged in.
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Ensure the Service switch on the credit unit is in the OFF position. Switch off and on and see exactly what it does when it first powers up and when you make a selection. The Wurlitzer One More Time does not have fixed error numbers as such.
Try putting another audio source into the BGM, the device inside the jukebox which switches it between the jukebox CD player and the IPOD. If you now have sound, check the IPOD docking station and cables. If you still have no sound, turn the delay time to minimum and try raising the level controls on the BGM unit. If you need further help, please email me, Rod Stebelton, email@example.com.
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.