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I have a wurlitzer juke box 1961 2500. I replaced the florescent bulb where the keys are. When I put it back together the keys will not engage. Do you think I blew a fuse. I should have unplugged it. I push them in they pop right back up. Any ideas?

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It's the same on any jukebox, if you don't have credit on the keys will not latch

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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.

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You have to rotate the tube 90 degrees until you hear a click, then it pulls straight out of the sockets at the top and bottom (towards you). In order to grip the tube Wurlitzer put a black plastic cap on the end of the tubes with a bit sticking out for you to get hold of. On models where the colour cylinder is flexable you can actually squeeze it in the middle and grab the tube that way.

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SOURCE: How can I take out the side florescent bulbs encased in plastic?

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Usually the plastic tube has two end caps that hold the plastic tube onto the lamp. These end caps allow the connection pins to go through a slot in the end of the cap.
If the lighting fitting is the turn type then turn the complete tube and over tube by the end caps and remove the tube/over tube. If it is in a lighting fitting where you just push the connection back and pull the pins out of the fitting.
The end caps will have a ridge that the plastic tube fitts into at each end.
I have seen some overtubes have screw on end caps.

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Alan Hood
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IF U REQUIRE THE SERVICE PROGRAMME EMAIL ME I HAVE IT ON DVD DISC philhemmings@hotmail.com

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