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WURLITZER 2500 RECORD CAROSEL MOTOR & GEARBOX WANTED!

Can any body have me, I have a wurlitzer 2500 that is missing its record magazine motor and gearbox. Has anyone got one for sale, or might know were i could buy one from. Chirs

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Try 'Durfee' in America. Look up jukebox parts. Or try Bill Butterfield also USA.

Dave F.

Posted on Jun 25, 2009

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I have a Rockola model 429 jukebox, the carosel will not turn


1) Check all of the fuses in the power supply chassis.: 3x 3A, 1x 1A, 1x 1.6A ..(the power cord from the wall goes right to this chassis)

2) If all fuses are good, make sure that the Gripper has completed its cycle. The magazine wont run until the gripper arm is back in place and completely open.

3) There are several switches that ride on a cam at the rear of the of the mechanism.( end of shaft that moves the gripper) These switches tell it where the gripper is (in it's cycle) If they fail to report a completed cycle, it will not scan the magazine.Tapping lightly will sometimes get them working enough to let you know that you have found the problem.

4) It is possible that something is mechanically stuck, use the nub on the back of the (record carriage and gripper) motors, to see it they are free.

5) If it is still dead, you may have a power supply problem. The voltage at the motor(s) plug(s) can be checked with a volt meter, BUT this is not super reliable, because the voltage could have a lot of ripple or could drop to nothing when a load is applied. The capacitor and selenium rectifier under the power supply chassis should be changed for reliability reasons anyway.

5a) A regular 2 or 4 amp bridge rectifier (Radio Shack) will work in place of the selenium rectifier.
When installing it, just connect the 2 transformer leads to the (~AC) leads of the bridge.
The original rectifier should have a red mark or paint on it, near one of it's leads...THAT IS THE PLUS (+) hook that lead to the (+) on the new bridge. (EVEN IF IT LOOKS LOOKS IT GOES TO THE CHASSIS OR GROUND)
The remaining wire connects to the only remaining lead on the new bridge.

5b) The capacitor can be a little higher in voltage and micro farads, just be sure to observe the polarity. (+ & -)

5c) Make sure that you clean and inspect the small relay. This must open and close the contacts correctly.
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6) It is possible that you have a bad motor, even it it turns freely. There are 2 brushes on these motors, and if one gets too short, the motor will not run no matter what. There may be a dead spot in the armature which would cause it to stop in mid cycle. I have seen gripper motors stop prematurely, right near the end of the cycle. If you help it a little with the nub on the back of the motor, it would then scan to the next record. Sometime this will happen due to a cam switch problem, so check this before you condemn the motor.

7) There is a metal box on the underside of the record mechanism It is near the front, behind the play counter wheel. There are relays in there that often need to be cleaned. They will keep some motors from running, but this is usually when selecting or reading out, but might be worth a look, as I do not have the schematic for this machine in front of me.

With in 100 miles of Lancaster PA? give me a call if you would like me to do a reasonably priced service call. (717)333-6933

Let the music play,
Ed

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My wurlitzer 1015 cd jukebok carosel continually


There's a little light like a torch bulb light called the "light gate lamp" which you should be able to see shining at 6 oclock on the edge of the record carousel. It is on the lip where the serated toothed edge of the carousel passes through a small upright bracket. If you can't see it shining then that's your problem. Have a look in the original documentation and it shows a diagram how to change it.

Dave.

May 22, 2010 | Wurlitzer Jukebox 1015 One More Time...

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Wurlitzer 3600 Jukebox turntable problem


The 3600 has a hub that is supposed to play dinked and undinked records. They had 33rpm and 45 rpm records back then, so to change the record speed the undinked (small hole ) records pushed down the hub flat when it landed on it, which changed the gearing. When a dinked (big hole) record lands on it falls onto the larger part of the hub. So if the hub is down and stuck there that's your problem. After the hub has been pushed flat (because of a small hole record) it is supposed to rise up again when the record is returned to the carousel. Have a look under the turn table and push up the centre rod.

Dec 20, 2009 | Wurlitzer Jukebox 1015 One More Time...

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Records (45's) are sporatically not being picked up by the return


This is either caused by a need for adjustment or a lack of lubrication over a period of time. Please email me for my phone number so I can help you over the phone, Rod, tech@wurlitzer-ohio.com.

Jun 09, 2009 | Wurlitzer Jukebox 1015 One More Time...

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Wurlitzer Rainbow


(1) TIGHTEN THE ALLEN SCREWS ON GEARS, THAT ARE ON THE CD MOTOR MAGAZINE.
NOT THE GRIPPER MOTOR.
MAKE SURE ALL SCREWS ON EVERY GEAR IS TIGHT.
(2) THERE IS A SMALL LAMP THAT COUNTS THE CD RECORDS AS IT SPINS, IF THE SCREWS ON THE BRACKET THAT HOLD THE COUNTING LAMP IS LOOSE THAT COULD BE YOUR PROBLEM.
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SEYMOUR LEVITT owner of IN-HOME JUKEBOX REPAIR
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Apr 23, 2009 | Wurlitzer Jukebox CD Player

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Wurlitzer arm frozen w/ one digit flashing 8 then E w/o top of E


At the far side of the white nylon gears at the base of the gripper arm is a small white 'duck bill' bracket, which clicks a microswitch when the gripper is over the carousel. When it breaks or comes loose it fails to click the microswitch and the arm doesnt stop.

Dave F.

Mar 11, 2009 | Wurlitzer Jukebox CD Player

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Wurlitzer 3600 series


The microswitch at the base of the gripper arm is what enables the scan motor when the gripper is over the carousel. You will probably find that the small lever on the base of the tone arm is not clicking the microswitch properly.

Dave .

May 20, 2008 | Wurlitzer Jukebox 1015 One More Time...

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Wurlitzer 3600


email me at philhemmings@hotmail.com so i can send you an attachment for the jukebox that may help you

May 20, 2008 | Wurlitzer Jukebox 1015 One More Time...

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Wurlitzer 2500 jukebox


You don't give enough information. Is it in the play position? Is it putting the tone arm down on the record?

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Wurlitzer 1015 problem


Most likely the main fuse inside the wurlitzer itself - situated screwed into the lower right hand side of the amplifier panel.

Aug 16, 2007 | Wurlitzer Jukebox 1015 One More Time...

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