Question about Audio Players & Recorders
When playing record sticks, hit reject button and fuse blows
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Same key that operates the locks on the sides unlocks the top, but top might be sticky. Push down on it.
Order keys if you don't have them. It's key F291. GOOD locksmith can make it or order one off eBay.
Your jukebox is a USC2. Use that model number as a reference.
Keypad "0" contacts are probably dirty or broken, or the connectors to the keyboard or black and gray boxes might be loose or need cleaning. Circuit board might be dirty (YES! This is a common Seeburg issue). To clean it of check for broken contacts on the "0" key, you'll have to remove it and open it up. Putting it back together can be tricky. Be patient.
Worst case, you can install a replacement keyboard.
If you have someone come out, be SURE to have them give the jukebox a good lubrication. Seeburgs are complicated machines and need periodic lubrication.
Also, buy a manual. Jukebox repairmen don't usually have the manuals for your jukebox. Too many.
Posted on Apr 18, 2009
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
SOURCE: seeburg entertainer
THESE MANUALS ARE FOR PROFESSIONAL REPAIRMEN. YOU WILL NOT UNDER STAND THE LINGO. THE PROBLEM IS ON THE TORMAT UNIT. THERE ARE 4 WIRES ON THE BOTTOM OF THAT TORMAT UNIT. (FIRST POSSIBILITY) ONE OF THE FOUR HAS COME LOOSE. THE COLOR OF THESE WIRES ARE RED==GREEN== , AND TWO BLACK. MOVE WITH A LITE TOUCH. TO SEE WHAT ONE IS BROKEN. (SECOND POSSIBILITY) THE SAME WIRES GO TO THE REVERSING SWITCH. MOVE THESE WIRES WITH A LIGHT TOUCH.
DOCTOR FIX IT
Posted on Jun 10, 2009
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