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NSM Hit120 Jukebox.

Thanks for the info. it now selects and attempts to play, but as soon as the tone arm rests on the record, it immediately rejects and places the record back in the rack and the player tracks back to its' park position. You were spot on with your description of the encoder, so I have every confidence that you have extensive knowledge of this Juke. Thanks again for your interest and help.

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  • skinnersunit Jan 07, 2009

    Thanks for your input, but this machine doesn't have an opto sensor on the tone arm. Instead it has a small magnet on the bottom of the tone arm which activates a reed switch when the tone arm magnet gets close to it at the end of the record play. Have temporarily disabled the reed switch by cutting one of the two wires attached to it, but no difference. It still rejects.

    Hope you can help.

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There is an opto sensor the gets blocked when the tone arm is at the end of the song. It looks like a black u mounted on a circuit board. The flag that interupts the sensor is on the tone arm. The opto must be dirty so it thinks it's at the end of the song and continues to the unload sequence dispite the tone arm having just started playing.

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