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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Lubrication issue. Use some light oil (NOT 3 in 1 household - it has paraffin and will eventually clog up the parts) on all of the arms moving parts.
Be sure to get in between the gears and the moving cylinders that clamp the record.
This should resolve it. Rock Olas are known for this issue. The original grease dries up, and people neglect to lubricate their jukeboxes, even though, like a car, they are machines that require it from time to time.
Posted on Apr 18, 2009
The turntable will need to be removed, the pladder should be taken off with the c clip to inspect the gears, I would not be surprised if the grease has gone hard and is interfering with the cycle. Flip the turntable over to check for any restrictions. If it is a grease issue the old must be removed before applying new. Please keep me posted on your progress and if I can be of further service don't hesitate to ask.
Posted on Jan 12, 2011
I have a model 464 and my problem was similar but mine was the second digit.
I replaced the p c board in the selection control box and my problem was gone.
I would check the selection control box.
Hope this helps
Posted on Jan 17, 2013
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