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My Seeburg STD160 no longer selects the requested record. Any idea which part is the culprit?

It seems to have it's own mind about which record to grab or ignore. I've tried to replace some of the suspects with parts I bought on eBay, but I don't know if the replacements were any good either...

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Mechanism will not pick up records


Check out the tormat on your jukebox. It runs almost the full length of the mechanism. On the tormat is the A and B side contacts and a ground rail. You will see that on the mechanism is a arm that runs over these contacts on it it has very fine wire links (similar to those on motor brushes) these can become disconnected and may require being resolderd back into place.

Alan Hood

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