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I have a wurltzer CD 100 disk player. I think the

I have a wurltzer CD 100 disk player. I think the model number is 43093877. Other numbers on the unit are CDK 99 and 0058294 MT 101SCD 60 hz 360W CDM 41 and CDM 12 Amplifier F91 0039155.

When I turn the unit on, it selects a CD, places in on the "turntable" to play, but it then stops and does not play the CD. On the display, it shows the number of the disk but after about 30 seconds the number 47 appears on the digital display. Can you tell me what's wrong and how to fix it?

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Either the CD player, CD control unit, or Selection & Credit Computer are defective. I can help over the phone with troubleshooting, please email tech@wurlitzer-ohio.com.

Posted on Aug 20, 2011

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