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Wurlitzer OMT CD Jukebox I have two Florescent tubes out

I have two florescent tubes which have blown I cannot see how to remove them and I do not want to damage anything. Could someone please help and tell me how to remove the tubes one at the top left one Vertical upright in the door with a revolving cover.
Also any ideas where I could get replacement tubes.
Any help greatly appreciated.

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The tubes are standard "twist" fit, turn the tube about a quarter and it should come out. I had a couple of tubes go around a year ago, I got new ones from Ring Lighting of Leeds, you should be able to get them from one of the DIY sheds (B&Q etc)
18" (450mm) 15 watt, model number 61012 £1.60p each, I was told by a" dealer" that they are specially made for Wurlitzer and cost £5.50p each + vat. I sometimes think some dealers work on the bulls**t baffles brains theory.
Good luck, Graham

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