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My WUrlitzer 1015 omtCD selects CD, places it in the CDM4 player then the player moves to the left a little so the gripper arm isn't holding the CD any more, but mine isn't moving far enough left so the gripper arm rubs the CD which makes it skip then reject, I've seen other 1015's in operation and thier player moves to the left more than mine, can I adjust this?

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There are 2 to 4 screws that adjust the arm tighten or loosen the to fix this issue

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