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I am thinking about purchasing a friend's jukebox. It is a 1015, one more time model. It just has a cd player and an am/fm receiver. It does appear to have all the wires to connect the original mechanisms if you were able to find those online somewhere. A couple of the lights are burned out. The tubes are not turning to change the colors, but I don't know why. I can turn them manually, but they are not turning on their own. Also, the fluid that makes the bubbles is not bubbling, again I don't know why. My question is, are the repairs overwhelming in cost or do these appear to be rather "inexpensive" fixes. thanks, Mike

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A One More Time 1015 jukebox does not have a radio.

If it was a One More Time I'd check the fuses in the small circuit board in the middle inside of the door.

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    Kenny Aldrich Oct 03, 2015

    the other poster is correct there is NO radio in an OMT wurlitzer but what you describe DOES sound like a full size OMT! soo to answer the questions no there are really no quick fixes aside from a few if you are mwechanically inclined if not? all of those repairs will have to made by a person who fixes jukebox and vending machines in your area PARTS are going to be the problem so I'd start locating and buying all of the parts NOT working bubble tubes victory glass MAY have a couple if not they may be able to direct you to a place that has them though I will admit I do not like doing biz with victory glass they are extrememly over priced they play on the fact that the parts are or can be hard to find which IS fair but they over do it for instance they wanted 120 bucks for a common seeburg turntable motor no thanks it's a 30 to 50 dollar part everywhere else that you look so use them sparingly!!!! good luck! those are nice machines once they are working correctly!!

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