JUKEBOX WAS SHUT OFF WITHOUT REJECTING ALL THE RECORDS.
I HAVE A 1962 WURLITZER MODEL 2400 THAT WAS SHUT OFF BEFORE ALL THE 45'S WERE REJECTED. I WAS TOLD IT JUST NEEDS TO BE UNLOCKED OR RELEASED AND IT WILL RESET ITSELF. CAN ANYONE TELL ME HOW TO GO ABOUT DOING THIS?
Re: JUKEBOX WAS SHUT OFF WITHOUT REJECTING ALL THE...
What exactly do you mean by "shut off before all the 45's were
rejected" ? The mech only load one record at a time, either from the
left or right side of the carousel. If the power was shut off before a
record unloaded from the turntable, you can manually return the mech
to the start position. Do this by getting in to the back of the
juke. on the upper right, near the top of the deck, there is a
motor. There should be a little white gear coming from the bottom of
it. I am assuming if you look in the middle of the mech, you will see
a cam with a lobe on one side of it. Turning the white gear will
advance the mech adn turn the cam counter clockwise. As the lobe on the cam nears the front of the mech, the record lifting arms should
pull down clear of the carousel and return the record to the carousel.
Stop turning the gear when the lobe of the cam has driven the lifting
arms downward. Inspect your pin bank and push down any "popped" pins.
This will prevent the juke from trying to start when you turn it back
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It would not be 1962 as CDs weren't invented.
Continuous play is achieved by flipping the Continuous Play switch on the right of the computer. Or using the Option button on the remote control. One or the other plugs into GREEN plug on the left side of the computer. If the plug is off it won't work.
In my experience this is usually a problem with the CD player or the CD control unit. I have had this problem with my Wurlitzer CD Carnegie and I solved it by simply taking a Q-tip, moistening it with rubbing alcohol and lightly rubbing it on the CD player's laser lens and then using the other side of the Q-tip to dry it. Over time dust and dirt can build up on the lens causing read errors, which in turn cause the jukebox to reject the CD. If that does not help, I would suggest looking into replacing the CD player or the CD control unit.
This sounds like an issue with either your CD player, CD control board, or Selection and Credit Computer. I can help you troubleshoot further over the phone (and repair/replace whatever is necessary). My name is Rod and I can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org. Please email me and I'll email you my telephone number.
Try removing the mechanism cover (power off). Turn it back on and try lifting the manual trip lever just to the right of the tonearm. This will cycle the mechanism. If it cycles but still won't engage and scan down the track, your clutch is stuck from lack of lubrication. Consult the manual, which you need to have. Try eBay - several people seel good reprints. This is a common Seeburg problem and can sometimes be fixed IF you can get some oil into the clutch. Otherwise, you'll need to take the clutch tower off and that's best left to someone with experience. IF you want to attempt it, you MUST have the manual as you'll have to set up and re do a bunch of adjustments after taking so much apart.
If the normal cancel button is working then take a look at the tone arm trip switch, which probably just needs adjusting. You can test this by flicking it with your finger when a record is playing. If it works it just needs adjusting to trip at the right place on the record.
The trip switch is located behind the fat end of the cobra tone arm on the back side of the arch, so you get to it by taking the machine back door off.