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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Inside the control center is a solenoid that's connected to some switches. These activate the mechanism to start scanning when a selection is made. You'll have to check that. Could be dirty or need lubrication. The do get sticky after years.
Don't lubricate the plunger, just he other small parts on the switch unit with some light Teflon lube, TRI-FLOW, any hardware store for about $4.
Whatever controls this solenoid might not be working, also. It should activate every time a selection is made, and deactivate after 2 scans of the mechanism.
Your juke is 58+ years old now, so it might be time to have some maintenance done if you're not comfortable tinkering with the innards. Be sure it gets a lube job, too. At least the oil cups on the side of the motor at the very least.
Posted on Apr 18, 2009
There are two ratchet brackets under the toothed edge of the carousel called 'back stop pawls'. That's where you problem is. The carousel is stopping then falling backwards too far so the odd selection rather than even selection is where the carousel is stopping.
It is also what is causing the jam (or rather contributing to it).
Turn the carousel one 'click' and wind it backwards against the pawl, and flex an arm up to see which one will go up between the carousel fins. If the left pawl is engaged the left arm shoud be able to rise and vice versa.
All those adjustments are a common problem with a 200 selection machine. It can drive you nuts.
Posted on Jun 25, 2009
1> be sure the service switch is in the PLAY position.
2> It's impossible to determine if the selections are not being written in to memory, or read out from the memory. it could be either.
You most likely have to have the control center looked at, common with a machine this old. The capacitors in your control unit on the back door have probably gone bad, which they do after 25-40 years. Your jukebox is from 1960, so it's time to have both the amplifier and control unit rebuilt. Not what you wanted to hear, but it has to be done. If you're handy and can solder and read a schematic, you can buy the kits on eBay or do a Google search for Bill Bickers or Vern Tisdale. Both sell the rebuild kits.(Feb 27, 2010)
Posted on Feb 28, 2010
Try reading this, basically the fault can be in the mech, the amp or trip switches.
Posted on Dec 12, 2010
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