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Rowe ami jukebox

Carousel spins when selection is made but the arm won't pick up the record and put on the turntable

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  • JimKerner Dec 30, 2011

    I have same model with same problem. I believe the gripper arm rest adjustment is required on page 63 of manual. They claim it is rear of magazine and requires 2 screws to be loosen and then adjusted.

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Check the optical sensor, it may be blocked with dust.

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IF THAT IS A LOWBOY (GIVE MODEL NUMBER.). THAT JUKEBOX HAS A SMALL LAMP, THAT READS THE RECORD AS THE RECORD MAGAZINE SPINS. IT LOCATION IS BELOW THE RECORD RACK , AND BELOW THE TURNTABLE 3 INCHES. THAT COUNTS THE RECORDS, FOR THE COMPUTER TO TELL THE MACHINE STOP ON THE SELECTED BUTTON SELECTION.
DOCTOR FIX.
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DO NOT GRAB ARM THAT PICKS RECORD UP.

Posted on Jun 27, 2009

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  • DOCTOR FIX Jun 27, 2009

    THAT JUKEBOX THE FACTORY DOES NOT SUPPORT (WILL NOT GIVE YOU TECH ADVICE, ON PROBLEM.)

  • DOCTOR FIX Jul 03, 2009

    AGAIN THIS IS DOCTOR FIX. I want to know is this jukebox in free play, ?? or money play??
    DOCTOR FIX


  • DOCTOR FIX Jul 03, 2009

    I WANT TO KNOW, IF THE LAST RECORD PUT RECORD BACK INTO RACK, HOW DO YOU GET A
    SONG TO START AGAIN?????

    WHAT YOU HAVE IS GIVEN, LIMITED INFO ON YOUR PROBLEM

    DO YOU FLIP A LEAVER ON MUILTY LEAVER PLATE ON RIGHT SIDE OF (RECORD RACK,) TO GET THE RECORD MAGAZINE TO MOVE TO THAT RECORD?????? THE RECORD RACK IS ON THE LEFT SIDE IF YOU SIT IN FRONT OF JUKEBOX.

    YES IT IS LIKE PLAYING CHESS. YOU MUST TELL THE WORLD MORE INFO IF YOU WANT HELP.
    DOES YOUR BUTTON LETTER, AND NUMBER, STICK DOWN , THE RELEASE. WHEN MAKING A SELECTION.
    DOCTOR FIX

  • DOCTOR FIX Jul 09, 2009

    NO RESET BUTTON
    DOCTOR FIX

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Is there a reset button on the inside of a rowe/ami cadette 68 jukebox?? after the last record played, i cannot get the unit to select or start spinning? thanks.,

Posted on Jul 30, 2008

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