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1015 Display Flashing #8!

Arm carrying CD swinging back & forth between stack and player without letting it play. Pressed some levers inside and got one CD to play. Could not program additional selections. Also noticed some discs had doubled up and were out of sequence on the rack.

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  • Chris Kozicki Jun 27, 2007

    Thanks Duncan!

    Actually, I found the problem for that issue: A 7cent plastic cam had loosened from the shaft to the right of the CD carousel. It is L-shaped. Once I tightened that up it resumed perfectly normal operation. It selects the correct disc, it puts it back exactly where it belongs.

    Regrettably, it does not read and play the CDs. I noticed to the right of the lens/turntable assembly is a small openng with three buttons and a numeric display. By changing the number (1,2,3,4) I determined that I was able to select the number of "tries" the laser had to read and play the selection. It is factory set to (2). I set it to differnent values - still no dice.

    I have wiped the discs and gently blew off the laser lens with my own breath, so it looks like a laser alignment problem - UGG!!

    Also, Wurlitzer no longer exists. I dialed the USA number on the back of the setup & operation manual - no longer in service.

    Any suggs?

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#8 showing with arm swinging back and forth means that the amplifier either needs adjusting (set too loud) and/or fuse Si3 needs changing.

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I think it is with the because of some foreign particles in between the gears and could have skipped the track So u first have a look in that wheels and gears to track any small parts and try once more

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Sounds like you may have a "timing" problem with the changer mechinism. Could be a worn gear or some broken teeth on some gear or some slack in the mesh between gears and it jumped a few teeth. That would explain the doubling up and out of sequence problem with the rack and it might be the problem with it not playing too.

Posted on Jun 27, 2007

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