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Rowe cd 100B picks up the wrong selections

Picks up the wrong cd

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I operate rowe cd 100 jukeboxes for a living, In the manual it will tell you what these error codes are, off the top of my head I know that one to mean either there is a problem with the inner or outter cam switch. these switches are located under what we call the transfer motor, there will be two of them look in your manual to see whether the error relates to the inner or outter cam switch. Inner being the one closest to the actual mechanism and outter being the one furthest from the mechanism. The switches are usually black but can be white and are about the size of an block ink/pencil eraser. You most likely can get the switch from a local electronics store I.E. radio shack.

Posted on Oct 22, 2010

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SOURCE: I just purchased a Rowe 100B CD jukebox. Most of

Hi,when a CD skips like that, it means that the lens of the player is getting weak,that's when a CD player skips.

You might want to replace the lens of the player or before doing that,you can use a lens cleaner to clean up the lens, might be dirty..

After cleaning the lens and it still skips, you will need to replace the lens.

Would advice, if it's still on guarantee, you could simply go and replace it with another one,instead of going through the stress of repairs. Just an advice.

Have a nice day..

Posted on Feb 17, 2011

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SOURCE: Row Jukebox 100B CD stops playing

Have you tried using a different disc?
If the disc is playing fine and then stopping, 9 times out of 10 it's the disc, not the player..

Posted on May 04, 2011

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I just purchased a Rowe 100B CD jukebox. Most of the CD's skip a little. Does this mean the CD player is going bad, or could there be another problem. I'd hate to replace the CD player if there's a simpler...


Hi,when a CD skips like that, it means that the lens of the player is getting weak,that's when a CD player skips.

You might want to replace the lens of the player or before doing that,you can use a lens cleaner to clean up the lens, might be dirty..

After cleaning the lens and it still skips, you will need to replace the lens.

Would advice, if it's still on guarantee, you could simply go and replace it with another one,instead of going through the stress of repairs. Just an advice.

Have a nice day..

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Hi' I have just got a rowe ami r-83 disco jukebox. All is ffine apart from when you select say 120, it picks up and plays 168. Any ideas. Regards Chris


you need to check the Home signal to make sure the opto is activated at position 99. When the unit powers up the mechanism scans one complete cycle so it re-indexes the computer and starts scanning from position 00. If you want a quick test, turn the power off and scan the carousel to position 99 by releasing the latch on the left side of the mech just under and behind the mechanism motor. then power up the unit and it should pick the right selection. You can also observe the optic indicators on the mechanism control board under the turntable. The Home signal only operates at 99, the Index pulses between each record as it scans. Good Luck

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I have an 1991 ami rowe juke box -laserstar cd-100b with error 05-62-how can I fix it??? I own operator and service manuals.


I operate rowe cd 100 jukeboxes for a living, In the manual it will tell you what these error codes are, off the top of my head I know that one to mean either there is a problem with the inner or outter cam switch. these switches are located under what we call the transfer motor, there will be two of them look in your manual to see whether the error relates to the inner or outter cam switch. Inner being the one closest to the actual mechanism and outter being the one furthest from the mechanism. The switches are usually black but can be white and are about the size of an block ink/pencil eraser. You most likely can get the switch from a local electronics store I.E. radio shack.

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You will need to go into the programming section on the menu.
I suggest that if you do not have a manual that you obtain one from Rowe Ami, Victory Glass or distribution.

Have you initalised all of the CD's on your jukebox? Every time you replace a CD you have to initalise it.

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Hello,

I take it that the jukebox accepts selections when you type them in. Also that you have tried selecting the A side and the B side records.
Is the switch on the CCC (Central Control Computer) set to Record it should not be set to Video.

Rowe Ami jukeboxes are very pone to dry (cold in the USA) joints.
If you can solder then the following items need to checked for dry joints.

Power Supply PCB (printed circuit board)
CCC
Mechanism Control Board

When taking out the plugs pull on the plugs (not the wires)
Look on the soldered side where the connectors pins are fitted for any cracking around the soldered joint ( this is the sign of a dry joint).
Resolder any suspect joints on all of the boards and refit into the jukebox and test.

If this does not cure the problem then the boards will be needed to be sent to a Rowe Ami specalist, I am one of these in the UK.

Regards
Alan Hood
ami-man
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