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NSM Hit120 Jukebox

Thanks for your input. This machine doesn't have an opto sensor - it has a small magnet on the bottom end of the tone arm which activates a reed switch when it gets close to it at the end of a record play.
I have temporarily disabled the reed switch by cutting on of the two wires that are attached to it. No difference - it still rejects. Hope you can help.

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There's another switch inside/right near that encoded that clicks when the record is loaded. If loading/scrolling motor never stops during load unload i'd look there

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