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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.
Although I'm not located in the states you prefer, I am the official Wurlitzer jukebox service center for the USA. I can help troubleshoot over the phone and make any repairs to any part inside your jukebox. I also have one of the largest stock of replacement parts in the country. Please email me for my phone number or more information. firstname.lastname@example.org.
If it is a 200 selection machine you probably have a jammed number solenoid in the selector unit. This prevents the machine being able to move the solenoids to the correct number. Look at the circular selector unit with 'pins' on it under the carousel. at the bottom of that you will see a circular disc with 'teeth' all around it. When the jukebox is at rest or turned off you should be able to gently rotate that plate with the teeth on it. If it is jammed then that's your problem and will need some serious fixing.