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How to replace the record caresel on a jukebox wurlitzer cabaret model 7500
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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Posted on Jun 10, 2009
If the normal cancel button is working then take a look at the tone arm trip switch, which probably just needs adjusting. You can test this by flicking it with your finger when a record is playing. If it works it just needs adjusting to trip at the right place on the record.
The trip switch is located behind the fat end of the cobra tone arm on the back side of the arch, so you get to it by taking the machine back door off.
Posted on Jun 25, 2009
Yes, you can buy an iPod docking bay and background music adaptor and play your iPod throught the jukebox. If a CD is played it over rides the iPod music until it has finished playing. It is called and iPod docking bay kit.
Posted on Jun 25, 2009
All of the one more time jukeboxes used the Phillips CD player, they started with the CDM3 then the CDM4 and CDM12 etc.
Around 1993 it would have been the CDM3/4.
You need to identify which Decoder it is using in the jukebox or you need a kit that replaces the CD player and Decoder.
Posted on Sep 07, 2009
The 3600 has a hub that is supposed to play dinked and undinked records. They had 33rpm and 45 rpm records back then, so to change the record speed the undinked (small hole ) records pushed down the hub flat when it landed on it, which changed the gearing. When a dinked (big hole) record lands on it falls onto the larger part of the hub. So if the hub is down and stuck there that's your problem. After the hub has been pushed flat (because of a small hole record) it is supposed to rise up again when the record is returned to the carousel. Have a look under the turn table and push up the centre rod.
Posted on Jan 13, 2010
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