Question about Wurlitzer Jukebox 1015 One More Time 100-Disc CD Changer
The 2204 uses a credit unit called a Playrak. (I'm not sure but it might have 'Coin Registration Unit' written on it.) It's the unit that swivels 90 degrees out of it's housing.
There is a large fibre gear in the middle of it, clearly visible, which has a spring mounted in such a way that it drags the wheel round one notch when a credit is taken off. You put coins in, it clocks one way.....you make a selection it clocks the other way until it pushes a single leaf switch apart and you are out of credit.
So what you do is first clock up credits, then disable the cancel effect by simply flipping the spring to the other side of the centre of the gear....(so it pulls the gear the OTHER way round). So every time the cancel solenoid kicks, the spring actually stops the gear going round and clocking off the credits.
It'll make more sense when you see the bits I am refering to.
The Jukebox Doctor.
Posted on Jun 21, 2008
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