Question about Audio Players & Recorders
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Is this a ONE MORE TIME WURLITZER MODEL, I CAN MAKE YOU A COPY A COMPLETE COPY.
(DOCTOR FIX JUKEBOXES)
In-Home Jukebox Repair. is company name. e-mail=== SEYLEVITT@JUNO.COM
my name is SEYMOUR LEVITT
Posted on Jun 10, 2009
The 3600 has a hub that is supposed to play dinked and undinked records. They had 33rpm and 45 rpm records back then, so to change the record speed the undinked (small hole ) records pushed down the hub flat when it landed on it, which changed the gearing. When a dinked (big hole) record lands on it falls onto the larger part of the hub. So if the hub is down and stuck there that's your problem. After the hub has been pushed flat (because of a small hole record) it is supposed to rise up again when the record is returned to the carousel. Have a look under the turn table and push up the centre rod.
Posted on Jan 13, 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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