Question about Wurlitzer Audio Players & Recorders
Purchased this jukebox (Wurlitzer Zodiac 3500) and started to restore it. Found out to my surprise that some previous owner with no knowledge tried to tinker with it. At the present I am stuck on how to convert it to free play. I have a service manual, but it doesn't mention anything about converting to free play. Thanks Martin Goings I think that to convert it to free play, you have to change the jumper wires inside the jukebox. I'm certain that someone out there has made this change and I would really appreciate some help.
Free play on these machines simply requires a jumper wire. Find two Molex pins and a bit of wire and jumper between pins 2 & 5 of the COIN MECHANISM SOCKET that is located on the CONTROL CENTER. You will first have to unplug the COIN MECHANISM from that socket. Or you can simply open the COIN REGISTER MECHANISM control unit and move the spring on the CANCEL WHEEL so the wheel is pulled the other way (counterclockwise) and the machine is then on permanent FREE PLAY.
Or you can simply adjust the KEY SWITCH so it is permanently closed.
A manual will be of assistance - I recommend you find one!
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Posted on May 04, 2018
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Ok i Just had the same problem but ithink i figued it out because i just put a video in their and it worked. So first of all u must ahve done a type-o because WMA is not a video format it means Windows Media Audio so i am assuming u said Windows Movie Video(WMV).
So what i did is I put the Resolution as 320x240 and put it in a folder in your desktop then drag the file and drop it try that and if u still have problems just ask.
Posted on Oct 22, 2008
SOURCE: Welbilt Owner's Manual
Here you go. Hope this helps you.
Posted on Mar 18, 2009
There's a strong possibility that you have the dreaded hydraulic cylinder failure. You'll find massive coverage of this problem at www.benzworld.org
Posted on Apr 10, 2009
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