Question about Wurlitzer Jukebox 1015 One More Time 100-Disc CD Changer
I have a 1999 Wurlitzer OMT. When I bought my new computer the Wurlitzer would no longer read newly burned CDs. Tried different formats with no luck.
Posted by Anonymous on
Some players will not read CDR's at all. Some are hit and miss. And some are actually designed in a way that they will read CDR. It is listed in their product specs. You likely have the fussy player. You could try changing all of the MP3's that you are about to burn into WAV files. then burn them at the SLOWEST speed possible. But it's likely the angle of the laser that is now different from your old computer.
Hope this was helpful
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Wurlitzer arm keeps running
check the white plastic actuator next to the gear box, it is probably broken and not actuating the microswitch underneath it, these often fail, it may look ok,, but it actually is loose and the set screw on top of it is not clamping it to the rod.
Posted on Aug 25, 2008
It is possible.
If it is a 100 cd carousel then it is a simple computer setting.
If it is a 50 cd carousel you need a credit computer able to recognise 100 selections, a 100 slot carousel and a latch bracket for a 100 cd carousel.
I have never done it but it is definitely possible.
Posted on Jan 13, 2010
The problem can be either the player or the CD Control board under the player. I am available to help troubleshoot this problem and can handle repairing or replacing the player or CD Control board. Please feel free to email firstname.lastname@example.org
Posted on Feb 19, 2010
Spoke with "Doctor Jukebox" from Folsom, CA about a similar problem I had. You can find him
I did NOT have the "2222" display issue.
Root cause: The laser isn't "seeing" the CD and interprets inability to see as being the end of the track, therefore, puts the CD back into the carousel.
1) Clean the lens. Be careful to use an appropriate lens cleaning solution. The lens is made of plastic and may cloud up if a harsh solution is used. Use a Q-tip dipped into the cleaning solution and gently clean the lens using a side-to-side motion, not a front-to-back motion. Wait for a bit until the lens is completely dry, then try playing a CD. (note: this fixed the problem for me)
If that doesn't work...
2) Replace the laser module. It's easy to remove with a torx. Be gentle when disconnecting and reconnecting the ribbon cable and/or other connections so you don't bend the leads. Laser modules cost a few hundred dollars, so try Solution 1) above before replacing the module.
Posted on May 22, 2010
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