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How do i move my wurlitzer 1015 cd one more time

Wurlitzer 1015 cd one more time

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Hi,

I take it you wish to transport your jukebox.
If this is the case I would remove all the CD's (keep them in the order that they were on the jukebox for installation again)
The jukebox mechanism will have some form of tie down system that locks down the mechanism tight into cabinet.
Check the power supply, amplifier etc to see if they pull off their mounts. If they do usually on these parts are holes to insert wood screws to lock them down (use the correct length of screw so they do not damage the cabinet) On the title racks or tubes tape them down so they do not come loose in the cabinet.

Try if at possible to transport the jukebox upright in or on the vehical, cover the jukebox with blankets before strapping to the vehical.

Regards
Alan Hood
ami-man
UK

Posted on Mar 03, 2009

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