Question about Audio Players & Recorders
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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)
The jukebox mechanism will have some form of tie down system that locks down the mechanism tight into cabinet.
Check the power supply, amplifier etc to see if they pull off their mounts. If they do usually on these parts are holes to insert wood screws to lock them down (use the correct length of screw so they do not damage the cabinet) On the title racks or tubes tape them down so they do not come loose in the cabinet.
Try if at possible to transport the jukebox upright in or on the vehical, cover the jukebox with blankets before strapping to the vehical.
Posted on Mar 03, 2009
SOURCE: My jukebox doesn't play
DOCTOR-FIXCAN MAKE A COPY FROM MY ORIGINAL. MOST LIKELY YOUR PROBLEM IS THE LIGHT THAT COUNTS AS EACH CD PASSES. LOOK BETWEEN CD CAROUSEL, AND CD GRIPPER ARM. A CD MAY HAVE HIT THE METAL LEAVER THAT THE LAMP,
IS ATTACHED TO. YOU HAVE TO GET DOWN 0N IT WITH A MIRROR TO SEE THE LAMP, AND SEE IF THE METAL LEAVER IS NOT BENT. FOR COPY OF WURLITZER MANUAL, A CD RECORD PROBABLY HIT THE LAMP. 636 2273300. NAME IS SEYMOUR LEVITT COMPANY NAME IN-HOME JUKEBOX REPAIR. SEYLEVITT@JUNO.COM THIS IS A COMMON REPAIR PROBLEM. GOOD LUCK.
Posted on Dec 01, 2009
Faulty CD player or faulty control pcb under the laser unit. That's assuming it is not spinning at all until ages after it has put the Cd down.
Posted on May 26, 2010
To make the jukebox automatically switch between jukebox CDs and the IPOD source, you'll need the background music adaptor. I have these in stock, but need to know which amplifier is in your machine, as different amplifier types require different BGM units. Please email email@example.com
Posted on Nov 04, 2010
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