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It doesn't Light Up

The lights on the left hand side won't light up. I am not sure if it is a fuse or the bulb. Actually the lower left hand side and the right bubblers aren't operating. I just received this Wurlitzer OMT CD Special Ipod Edition.

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Re: It doesn't Light Up

Oh just started out in this forum so now I will post my answers the right way and not in the comment box. If you have any other questions about Jukeboxes feel free to ask. been at them for almost 30 years now.

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If the problem is nor related to just one bulb as it sounds like it isnt then most likely you have a fuse blown or a defective lamp or 24v circuit. Check out as they have the OMT manual in pdf format assuming you dont already have it.

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