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Wurlitzer 3600 series

The record arm comes over to the record magazine and then stops. I cannot get magazine to move even when I put it on scan.

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The microswitch at the base of the gripper arm is what enables the scan motor when the gripper is over the carousel. You will probably find that the small lever on the base of the tone arm is not clicking the microswitch properly.

Dave .

Posted on May 25, 2008

  • Dave Jukebox Nov 13, 2008

    The gripper arm should be over the magazine to start with. That's the 'home' position. When it is in that position it clicks a microswitch at the base of the gripper am and that completes the circuit to move the carousel and either scan or rotate to another selection.

    By physically pulling the latch at the side of the carousel you are bypassing that circuit so it will rotate anyway. The solenoid that isn't pulling in actually pulls in that latch that you are moving with your finger.



    Dave F.

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