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Seeburg Stereo Phonograph Model ESL100 Q-65-H5

Was having difficulty selecting record - cleaned points and have had some success. Now, after selection, needle plays song but dosen't disconnect after song finishes. It's like it dosen't acknowledge record is finished??? Can anyone help me with the solution to this problem?

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End of record switch out of adjustment or bad? Disconnected?

Posted on Apr 18, 2009

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I just picked up a seeburg jukebox model sps2 serial number 1 (not sure what that means) but it's my first one and it looks clean inside other than clean up, powers on and hasa hum sound, up on the...


I'm not sure if the other answers even come close to answering you questions.
Since you know nothing about it you might want to get a manual first off.
More info on your model here - http://www.jukebox-world.de/Forum/Archiv/Seeburg/SeeburgMatador.htm

There are selection trouble shooting & help are located here - http://www.ebay.com/itm/231698068028?ssPageName=STRK:MESELX:IT&_trksid=p3984.m1555.l2649

Additional tips
All light bulbs
that are located in the key pad "light box" "First digit", "Second digit", Reset / Re-select etc.. are controlled and LIT BY THE SELECTION COMPUTER. They must have the correct bulbs installed! These are special 28V bulbs. Depending on your particular jukebox model, you NEED to use one of the two types listed below.

GE 656 - 28V .06A 2500HR LIFE T3 1/4IN WEDGE BASE MAN19600 EIKO BRAND or

GE 1819 - 1.12 WATTS 28 VOLT BA9S SINGLE CONTACT BAYONET, 9MM DIAMETER.

Installing a 6 or 12 Volt bulb here will cause damage to either your replacement box, and / or the resistors that are located on the small circuit board on the back of the light box. (These resistors are inline on models using 1819 bulbs)

CAUTION
BOTH lamp types look exactly like 12v bulbs, BUT THEY ARE NOT, and are often mistaken for 12v bulbs. This is a very common mistake made by many Seeburg owners, so be careful with this.

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How do you lubricate a Seeburg Select-O-Matic juke box?


I like to use liquid bearings. the bottle comes with a long needle so it reaches easily to the areas, and you can get the lube exactly where you need it. Any thin machine oil is fine. Seeburg used to make sewing machines so sewing machine oil work great. Here is a mech chart.
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OK This chart will be useless because it appears to be way too small.
If you email me with your model I can send you a PDF for the model you have.

50's & 60's Seeburg's may require credit & stepper unit lubrication also.

If it's pulling the same record in and out repeatedly or is just doing the sit and spin thing, you will have to use WD-40 to wash out all of the old grease and it may have to be partial disassembled in order to move and clean parts that are gummed up, by hand.

If you live with in 100 miles of Lancaster PA and would like a reasonably priced service call please call me (717)333-6933

Ed Gardner
edward_gardner@rocketmail.com

Jun 11, 2014 | Wurlitzer Jukebox 1015 One More Time...

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I have a Seeburg Select-O-Matic jukebox, model M1000, doesnt scan or move only spins, what could be the problem?It doesn't pick up the record or move at all, just spins.


I think you mean a Seeburg M100C
This is known as the "sit and spin" The main clutch is not shifting properly. This is a lubrication issue. the old grease has become glue like and is gumming everything up. The main clutch is located between the record rack and the record mechanism. Spray the s**t out of it with WD40 you may have to let it soak over night or take the record rack off. Don't remove it unless you have to. make sure that you blast that clutch (see pi of clutch) The thing at the thumb needs to move up and down freely. it work on gravity!!!
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DO NOT REMOVE THE CLUTCH AS PICTURED
Remember you will need to spray through the record rack to get at it, so you will need a good flashlight to see it.

Make sure that the trip lever is not sticking. the can be gotten to easily. 24614542-gg2ae1cwkykr1dpptmtggk30-2-2.jpg
These pic may look slightly different from your C but the mech is basically the same. The trip lever in the pic is at rest. yours is likely up at an angle. Try raising it up or down after spraying.\

Once you get it moving again make sure you oil the piont with liquid bearings or other quality oil. Because WD40 will not keep it going it will gum up again if you don't oil. Do not over oil. it has a way of getting between contact that it's not supposed to. AND keep using it every day for a while.

Seeburg M100C
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Jukebox problems


If you can't find a scan button to move the carriage then select a number at the other end of the rack so you can fill it

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My question is about the seeburg SPS-160 Juke Box


There is a "service switch" (bypass) that is mounted in the upper left corner (inside) of the title board (lid). It is designed to be moved in the run position when the lid is closed. If yours is still there it may be causing trouble since you moved it. This switch is often removed and covered in a ball of electrical tape and is laying in the bottom of the machine. The operators did this because the switch would frequently fail.

Troubleshooting Proceedure for this problem

1) Power off the jukebox.
2) Check the black RCA cable that plugs into the DCC (digital control center) this is labeled "Tormat" Just unplug it and plug it back in. There might be 2 more RCA connectors on the side of the mechanism control box (several black switches) Just unplug them and plug them back in. Make sure they ALL make really good connection and are tight. This cable carries the selection signal to the boxes.

3) Unplug the black and gray boxes. Examine these plugs for damage or corrosion and plug them back in again. Make sure that you check the little wire with the bullet plug located between the two plugs for the gray box.

4) After everything is back in place, power on the jukebox and see if it selects. If no result (continue)

5) On the side edge of the DCC there is a plastic cover that has test points under it. These voltages will need to be checked with a volt meter. With the power ON, touch the BLACK meter lead to the chassis (metal) and touch the RED lead to each of the screws ONE AT A TIME, be careful not to touch 2 or more of them together. Main concern is +27v, -27v, & 13v . Voltages can be + or - 2 volts.
If voltages are missing the power supply board in the DCC needs to be looked at.

If you are within 100 miles of Lancaster PA and would like a reasonably priced service call, Please call me (Ed Gardner) at (717) 333-6933 c0faecbb-5797-469a-8f9b-dea92f024201.jpg

Jan 26, 2013 | CD Players

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Seeburg jukebox ay160 won't select record


(1) Make sure that the credit unit is not stuck and that all of the contacts open and close correctly while manually operating the solenoids. Lubricate it if the wheel does not turn freely. (2) Make sure that there are credits on the machine. (3) If it still wont select check fuses or (4) try pressing the letter and the number simultaneously, some "free play" set ups will work this way.

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Seaburg stereo phonograph. the only thing that works is the motor goes back and forth but won't select a record. modol elpc480 dbl22


Hi,

If you have a manual look at the connections that run up and down over the tormat.
The tormat has connections for the A' side and B' side and acommon rail. These connections get dirty.
The best way to clean the contacts on the Tormat is with a pencil rubber (eraser) and then rub over with a lint free cloth. There are pins that run over the contacs, these are wired with very fine flexable wire that can come unsoldered.

If the above is not the problem then you need to have the control boards tested/repaired.

Regards
Alan Hood
ami-man
UK

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How can I connect my CD-RW880 recorder to the


Make sure the phonograph is connected to the Phono Connectors. Hook up your CD recorder to the tape. The play connectors on the CD recorders can connect to the tape play connectors on your stereo. The record connectors on your CD recorder connect to the record outputs on the tape connectors on your stereo. You can also connect you CD recorder to the VCR connectors if you are using an audio tape as your source. All of the outputs and inputs are the same level except the phono.

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