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Wurlitzer 1015 problem

I have a wurlitzer 1015. which I had working in a restaurant. After 10 months of use all the moving mechanism don't work at all. The magazine box has no power, the rotary motors for lights and bubbles neither. The cd chander doesn't move, only the lights are lit. Seems that a fuse somewhere is blown..

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Re: wurlitzer 1015 problem

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

Posted on Dec 24, 2007

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I take it you wish to transport your jukebox.
If this is the case I would remove all the CD's (keep them in the order that they were on the jukebox for installation again)
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If it is half returning the tray it is the tray stack all gummed up. Use Servisol Silicon spray or have it rebuilt by someone who knows how.

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