Question about Wurlitzer Audio Players & Recorders
I have checked the plunger switch found a loose wire fixed the wire still the same problem
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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.
Posted on Apr 18, 2009
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