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Arrange the volume of your jukebox without using the remote

My remote of my wurlitzer one more time (build year 1996) is broken
so i want to turn up the sound or turn it down without my remote

how do i do this, i know it's possible but i don't know how


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In earlier models you plugged either the remote box OR the volume control box into the same socket on the amp. If you still have the volume control box simply plug it in where the remote is plugged in.
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Dave F.


Posted on Jun 25, 2009

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