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Seeburg ds 160 scans twice and stops

I have checked the plunger switch found a loose wire fixed the wire still the same problem

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SOURCE: Mechanism will not pick up records

You have a read out, or a write in problem.
Either the selections are not being written to the memory, or they are not being read by the scanning mechanism.

You'll have to determine which situation you have, which can be difficult for a novice. "Seeburg won't pick up" is the most common problem because it's either a "write in" or "read out" issue. Various tests are too complicated to explain via this forum.
Might be time to bring in a professional.
Also, be sure if you have service done, the guy gives the machine a good lubrication.

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My question is about the seeburg SPS-160 Juke Box

There is a "service switch" (bypass) that is mounted in the upper left corner (inside) of the title board (lid). It is designed to be moved in the run position when the lid is closed. If yours is still there it may be causing trouble since you moved it. This switch is often removed and covered in a ball of electrical tape and is laying in the bottom of the machine. The operators did this because the switch would frequently fail.

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1) Power off the jukebox.
2) Check the black RCA cable that plugs into the DCC (digital control center) this is labeled "Tormat" Just unplug it and plug it back in. There might be 2 more RCA connectors on the side of the mechanism control box (several black switches) Just unplug them and plug them back in. Make sure they ALL make really good connection and are tight. This cable carries the selection signal to the boxes.

3) Unplug the black and gray boxes. Examine these plugs for damage or corrosion and plug them back in again. Make sure that you check the little wire with the bullet plug located between the two plugs for the gray box.

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If voltages are missing the power supply board in the DCC needs to be looked at.

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Seeburg jukebox sx 100 scans twice and returns


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Inside the control center is a solenoid that's connected to some switches. These activate the mechanism to start scanning when a selection is made. You'll have to check that. Could be dirty or need lubrication. The do get sticky after years.
Don't lubricate the plunger, just he other small parts on the switch unit with some light Teflon lube, TRI-FLOW, any hardware store for about $4.
Whatever controls this solenoid might not be working, also. It should activate every time a selection is made, and deactivate after 2 scans of the mechanism.

Your juke is 58+ years old now, so it might be time to have some maintenance done if you're not comfortable tinkering with the innards. Be sure it gets a lube job, too. At least the oil cups on the side of the motor at the very least.

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