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The number of Cds in the carousel can be set on the Credit unit to stop it playing fresh air if for example you only have 50 Cds and not a whole 100. Sounds like yours is set to 50 so won't play anything over 50.
I 'think' this is what you do.
On the computer credit unit...
Service Switch ON...Press LT button.
Press 5 on the keyboard once.
Service Switch off.
Press LT or turn machine off/on.
It has probably been programmed to only play 22 cd's. The unit can be set to play random cd's, but if the original owner only had 22 cd's then he probably programmed it to only see the 22 cd's. If he didn't program it to only see 22 cd's, then it would randomly select cd 23, and since there was nothing there, it wouldn't play anything. If you have a manual, it tells you on page 23, service level 1, button 5 how to program for more or less cd's. If you don't have a manual, you can download one from a couple of sites, I just googled it, and found a complete manual from a Wurlitzer site in the US, don't remember which one. Here is another site with lots of good info http://www.flippers.com/wurlitzr.html
You need to put the service switch into service.
The display will now say "Service Mode"
Check out your manual for operation.
Within service mode you go to item 6 in the list "Options"
In options pick number 9 "More Options"
In more options pick number 1 for Free Play.
Do you have the manual for the Rowe Ami R-92?
If not then you need to get one in order to set each location in the menu.
The manual can be purchased in a paper form or on CD from a number of dealers on Ebay.
The paper manuals can be purchased from www.victoryglass.com also a good source for spare parts.
It sounds as if you may have a problem with the mechanical element of the title rack.
Try to move it manually.
If it is moves easily the problem will more than likely be the motor or the Display Unit.
If that is the case you will need help from your Rowe Ami dealer.
With regards to your problem with the Rowe Ami 100 cd jukebox.
Do you have a manual, if not I suggest you buy a printer manual or one on CD and refer to the Programming and Installation section.
In order for the jukebox to know about the cd's that are installed in the jukebox it has to initialize all or the changed cd's that have been replaced within the jukebox.
Put the jukebox into the Service Mode (the service mode should appear on the display)
Type 3 to select the Initialize sub menu
Type 0 and full initialize will appear on the display
Press Popular to start the initialization
Place the jukebox service switch into the normal mode
Initiazation will take around 30 minutes to complete.
There is something called a "play stimulator".
It's actually a program setting. When the jukebox is in a pub it is set to play a random record now and then to remind people there is a jukebox. It's programmed that way and can be turned on or off.
What you have is a setting for flipping the pages for the same reason.
It's not a fault it is actually doing what it has been told. You can time your watch to it.
I have no idea how to change it but rest assured it isn't a fault as such. It's been set up that way. You need a Rowe expert.
See page 11 of the manual (link below), just press "program" to cancel. Even though you can clear the mode the program will remain. The only way I know of clearing it completely is to remove power from the unit for an extended time.