Question about Audio Players & Recorders
I have above, comes up with this message, usually works/set on free credit. now comes up with this. wont let you set free credit or if you try to select a track credit flashes. was working perfect until switched on today. Can someone help or does anyine know a repair service in the peterborough/lincs area.
HI there below is the reason for your error message and it is to do with the laser unit and will normally need to be replaced when this message comes up.
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You could try resetting it by the following
· Try to clear the service call condition (for failures which are not related to the
fusing unit): switch the power off, wait 10 seconds, then switch back on.
I take it you have already tried this but if this doesn't work then the unit will need replacing
Posted on Jan 06, 2008
SOURCE: jukebox error
error 61 on the nsm is a cd read error nothing to do with the amp, clean laser lens with a cotton bud and spit not spirits etc just saliva, then make a blank selection and see if the laser emits red beam, if not then the laser is faulty, check connections etc, if it picks up the disc but does not spin it its the decoder at fault, places like act marketing london, jukebox showroom, capital coin, herondata sales or anyone operator within the amusement industry will gladly sell you an exchange unit, or just try the coinslot industy magazine online or order via wh smiths
Posted on Apr 13, 2008
I have the same problem, but the error only occurs when I try to print a .pdf file (Adobe Reader) using the "Lexmark Optra SC 1275 PS" driver. For some reason the PS driver didn't like .pdf files! My solution was to always print .pdf files using the alternative " Lexmark Optra SC 1275 (MS)" driver, which Lexmark also offers on its website.
Posted on Jun 26, 2009
This is a problem with the memory. Contact nsm music and ask for the IC5 battery, £35. " 2 minute job, open the jukebox, immiediatly in front of you on the main board, look for IC5, The battery is directly under the writing. A black battery about 2" in length. Replace that power up and your done. A jukebox repair will charge you some riddiculous price for this. hope this helps cheers dandares
Posted on Jan 22, 2010
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