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Wurlitzer OMT CD Jukebox

Light tubes don't turn and no bubbles. Lights all work and CD changer works fine. Looked for fuses on front door, but found none.

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  • Anonymous Jan 01, 2009

    Where is the amp?

  • robertd202 Jan 02, 2009

    I checked the fuse on the door and it is ok. I also checked the 6 fuses in the amp and they are all intact as well. Any other suggestions?

  • TONYMc100 Feb 02, 2009

    I HAVE A CD ONE MORE TIME THAT KEEPS BLOWING A FUSE, THE BUBBLES ON THE LEFT HAND SIDE ARE NOT WORKING AS WELL.

    I HAVE BEEN TOLD THE AMP COULD BE FAULTY. CAN ANYONE TELL ME WHERE TO GET IT RE BUILT OR A NEW ONE IF I HAVE TO GET ONE.

    REGARDS

    TONY Mc

  • Anonymous Mar 20, 2014

    Thanks, Mike mike.maddox@sbcglobal.net

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It's a blown fuse on the amp.
You have to undo the cover plate at the top and then flex it to unhook the bottom. Once it is off you'll see the fuses.

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  • Dave Jukebox Jan 02, 2009

    The amplifier is the black box under the carousel...on the left hand side. It says K99 on it or if it is an old one it is cream coloured and says I84.



    If it isn't a fuse then it is the power supply part of the amp. The amp supplies the voltage for the motors and bubble heaters so if that goes faulty (or the fuse popped) then you get the problem you describe.



    Any reputable audio equipment repair company can fix it.



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I need a manual...can you help?


Manuals are here. Real PDF's no charge as in FREE!
1987: One More Time (OMT) Introduction of the reproduction of the 1946-47 1015, but with a "Modern" 100 selection
45RPM record mechanism. (download PDF manual for OMT-45 - 2MB in size) ( OMT-45 Parts Manual ) (PDF of schematic for animated lights for very first OMTs - no bubble tubes!)

1989?: OMT-CD The new CD bubbler introduced! (download late 1990s PDF manual #22 - does not cover early OMT nor the New Orleans or New York, NY models) (OMT-CD Parts Manual #14 - !!errata!! - Pg 12 has the curved bubble tubes miss-numbered), (revised colour cylinders after serial #4003XXXX)

1995?: Elvis model OMT-CD

ALL THESES LINKS AND MUCH MUCH MOIRE INFO AND TROUBLESHOOTING CAN BE FOUND HERE - https://www.flippers.com/wurlitzr.html
You may have to poke around as I have found some manual links are incorrectly labeled.

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My Box Was Damaged in shipping, Where can I buy Replacement Plastics and Bubble Tubes.


If you google for "cd jukebox parts" you can find a list of suppliers of all kinds of jukeboxes. You check with a few that work for Wurlitzer and I think you can find what you need.

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Both bubble tubes not working ho do i fix it?


Check the small fuses on the inside of the door.

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Hi the bubbles have stopped working on the right side, what can i do to resolve ?


If both bubble tubes has stopped working on one side then the problem is more likely to be a power issue. Somehow the power is not getting to the tube heaters. On the Wurlitzer OMT there is a small module on the inside of the main door that distributes the power to the various bubble tubes and the page turner (CD models). If the plug is loose or the wire is broken then that could cause one side to be off.

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Wurlitzer OMT CD Jukebox I have two Florescent tubes out


The tubes are standard "twist" fit, turn the tube about a quarter and it should come out. I had a couple of tubes go around a year ago, I got new ones from Ring Lighting of Leeds, you should be able to get them from one of the DIY sheds (B&Q etc)
18" (450mm) 15 watt, model number 61012 £1.60p each, I was told by a" dealer" that they are specially made for Wurlitzer and cost £5.50p each + vat. I sometimes think some dealers work on the bulls**t baffles brains theory.
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Wurlitzer Juke Box One More Time Elvis Presley Edition


Check the fuses in the small pcb in the middle of the front door. If they are ok. it's the amp end of things.

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