Question about Wurlitzer Jukebox CD Player
You say you have a R-89 jukebox and the turntable motor is running, I assume that the pulley on the top of the motor is clearly seen turning. Is the turntable belt loose or missing?
From your message I am not sure that your jukebox is a R-89, could it be a 1978/1979 R-82 or R-83 that uses an idler wheel.
On this model the turntable motor is 110 volts AC.
If the above is true check that the idler wheel and the linkage spring is pulling the idler wheel against the turntable and the motor shaft.
Posted on Aug 31, 2010
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