The turntable continued to spin around and the buttons would not work to select a cd. I turned it off and back on and it stopped spinning and the door opened. A "table error" message appeared. I removed our 125 CDs which were all in one area of the turntable. It holds 300 CDs so a large section of the turntable was empty. Weight problem or balance off, perhaps? Anyway, if you have a suggestion I would greatly appreciate it. Thank you in advance.
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Have you checked all the fuses or circuit breakers on the jukebox?
Are all the power supply led's lit?
Make sure that all the connection plugs into the boards are fully seated and making good connections.
After checking the above if the fault remains you will need to contact a Wurlitzer service engineer.
It sounds like a communication problem between the Selection & Credit Computer (SCC) and the CD Control unit, or perhaps a defective player (SCC is telling it to play, but it can't). There are different troubleshooting procedures, depending on which player version you have. Please email me and I'll give you a phone number where you can call me for further help
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This can be a nasty... I had one that did this. The cause was having put a bit of force on plastic tabs extending out the bottom panel.
These tabs pushed a part into a set of fins on the turret and broke two off. I had to reattach those as they go between a photo cell interrupter that counts and keeps track of where the turntable is. There is a single fin that registers the start and then it counts from there and looks to see if a disk is in the slot and remembers which slots are filled.
The normal intial cycle finds the single fin and then counts around to make the list of filled slots.
The turntable can be lifted out when the cover is removed and inspected for loss OR bending over of the fins. One can CAREFULLY glue bent ones back in place, making sure the glue doesn''t block mechanical movement.
HERE YA GO!! GOOD OLD FASHIONED BEATING FIXED MINE... I PROMISE THIS. When you turn on your CDX... HIT THE SQUARE AREA where the play button and the cue buttons are located. It will jump to CDX on the screen and work fine. Mine did this and i messed around with bumping it and stuff and figured this out