Question about Wurlitzer Jukebox CD Player
It powers up and everything but that's it. I cant press and numbers. Every time I i hit a button it beeps at me. It also has FP in the selections remaining screen.
Posted by Anonymous on
This FP in the selections remaining screen means that the machine is on FREE PLAY and needs no money to be inserted.
The buttons do have a beep as they are being pressed. They should be registering on the display as you enter them.
Unless there are no CD's installed.
The pioneer laser juke will initialize (pull each and every CD one at a time) all the CD's when the power is turned on and the service switch is place back in the "run" position (usually operated by closing the lid) . All CD and track information is stored into the computers memory. The computer will NOT ALLOW you to select song that do not exists in its memory. It will also disallow a stored CD if it skips too often.
1) Make sure that the CD's are present and are actually being initialized.
2) If it fails to initialize the CD's when powered on, check to see if the service switch is broken or disables in some way. Operators did this to keep it from reading every CD, every time it was powered on. It also made it possible to play the the machine immediately after power on.
3) Bad players, These players have a habit of, well the laser lens fall s out.and they wont work. You often find them ratteling around in the bottom of the player
4) problems with connecting cables.
Hope this was helpful.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Is this a CD player or 45RPM? Is the display lighted? What is the display showing? The answers to these questions will help narrow down the problem. For additional assistance please email Rod Stebelton, firstname.lastname@example.org.
Posted on Dec 24, 2009
SOURCE: I just purchased a Rowe/AMi
Rowe Ami jukeboxes are known for their dry joints on the connection pins where they are soldered to the boards.
The R-80S to R-83 uses CMOS chips on the circuit boards and these are susceptible to static discharge so good eathing practices when undertaking repairs are required.
I suggest that you send in the following boards to be tested as a set of boards to a Rowe Ami repairer. If you were in the UK you could send them into me, in the USA Bruce Wentworth is the man.
Memory unit (on the mechanism/carousel)
Mechanism Control unit ( on the mechanism/carousel)
Selector Logic (on the righthand side of the cabinet, behind the display/keyboard etc)
Posted on May 26, 2011
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