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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: turntable plays too fast
I have seen this problem before. Lift the turntable off. It might be held down with a clip around the center pole. Under it you will see a wheel that contacts the turn table and the center shaft of the motor. The motor shaft has 3 0r 4 elevations with different diameters. When you change the speed the wheel will move up and down to different diameter levels on the motor shaft. It must be free to move. It might need some oil at the moving parts as I suspect it is not moving properly.
Hope this helps.
Posted on May 08, 2008
Are the record size tabs sticking up through the turntable platter cover? They sense the size of the record being played and adjust the run out distance for either 45 or 33 rpm records.
Posted on Apr 10, 2009
You have a read out, or a write in problem.
Either the selections are not being written to the memory, or they are not being read by the scanning mechanism.
You'll have to determine which situation you have, which can be difficult for a novice. "Seeburg won't pick up" is the most common problem because it's either a "write in" or "read out" issue. Various tests are too complicated to explain via this forum.
Might be time to bring in a professional.
Also, be sure if you have service done, the guy gives the machine a good lubrication.
Posted on Apr 18, 2009
YOU ARE SAYING THE MOTOR DOES NOT SPIN. TRY TO SPIN THE DRIVE SHAFT ON TOP OF MOTOR . DOES THE SHAFT TURN EASY. IF NO THEN YOU HAVE A MOTOR OR LUBRICATION.
DOES THE SCAN SWITCH, WHEN PUSHED TO SCAN DOES IT SCAN. IF IT SCANS BACK, AND FORTH 2 TIMES, YOU THEN HAVE A COIN CREDIT PROBLEM (MOST LIKELY )
ANSWER THE TWO QUESTION, OR STATEMENT. TO GET A MORE INTELLIGENT REPLY.
YOU HAVE OVER 2000 PARTS IN THAT MACHINE. YOU HAVE GIVEN A (WHY DONT IT WORK
QUESTION.)( there is no answer to the question. because of limited problem info)
IN-HOME JUKEBOX REPAIR
Posted on Jul 08, 2009
1. Check to see that the end of record switch is OK or not shorted, same with the reject button on the back and all associated connections.
2. THESE THINGS NEED OIL! The trip lever (just to the right of the tonearm) may not be resetting fast enough, or at all, due to gummy grease. Buy the manual (eBay - any service man will insist that you have it.). It will show you where to lubricate everything. NO 3-in-1 or paraffin based oils.
Posted on Feb 28, 2010
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