Question about Audio Players & Recorders
Record does not reject
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Record Changer Arm
When the carousel reaches the correct count, the computer sends a signal to the gripper motor to start it. You could have a bad motor or a bad computer. But!....if the little switch at the front of the machine is in the off position (Gripper motor On/Off) that will give exactly the same effect. It's easy to knock Off when you are loading CDs.
Posted on Oct 20, 2008
What exactly do you mean by "shut off before all the 45's were
rejected" ? The mech only load one record at a time, either from the
left or right side of the carousel. If the power was shut off before a
record unloaded from the turntable, you can manually return the mech
to the start position. Do this by getting in to the back of the
juke. on the upper right, near the top of the deck, there is a
motor. There should be a little white gear coming from the bottom of
it. I am assuming if you look in the middle of the mech, you will see
a cam with a lobe on one side of it. Turning the white gear will
advance the mech adn turn the cam counter clockwise. As the lobe on the cam nears the front of the mech, the record lifting arms should
pull down clear of the carousel and return the record to the carousel.
Stop turning the gear when the lobe of the cam has driven the lifting
arms downward. Inspect your pin bank and push down any "popped" pins.
This will prevent the juke from trying to start when you turn it back
Hope this helps
Posted on Jan 30, 2009
If the normal cancel button is working then take a look at the tone arm trip switch, which probably just needs adjusting. You can test this by flicking it with your finger when a record is playing. If it works it just needs adjusting to trip at the right place on the record.
The trip switch is located behind the fat end of the cobra tone arm on the back side of the arch, so you get to it by taking the machine back door off.
Posted on Jun 25, 2009
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