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HAI, IN A/C VOLTAGE INPUTS THAT AREA TO REPLACE THE DISK(POLYSTER,CERAMIC) . THE DISK DOES NOT BLOWS BUT INNER SHORTS TWO POLARITY.

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Hello stillwell42,

What model is your Rowe Ami jukebox, there will be an information label on the back or inside the jukebox with the serial number and the model type. We can suggest a solution once we know your model type.

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Hello,

I suggest that you get a manual from www.victoryglass.com if you do not already have on, all the instructions for setting up the CCC will be in the manual.

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I have a 1979 rowe ami jukebox model R65 when i switch it on it plays one record then just spins the record magazine and wont select another record what parts do i need .


Hello Gary,

If your jukebox is ineed a 1979 model it would be a R-83 Fiesta, Claremont or Disco. These jukeboxes curved top to bottom.
I think your jukebox may be the 1981 R-85 Starwood, Starburst or Starlight.

If your jukebox is from the 1979 era upwards then it will be electronically controlled.
You need to send in your boards to a Rowe Ami specialist in the USA you would contact :-

Bruce Wentworth A&B Jukebox Repair 56 Old County Rd. Plaistow NH 03865. A&B Jukebox Repair specializes in the repair of Rowe circuit boards in Rowe ...
www.abjukeboxrepair.com

In the UK contact me
Alan Hood
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0114 247 0242 phone
0114 251 0727 fax
alan-hood@datex.co.uk

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I have a Rowe AMI 100CD jukebox. Its making a loud buzzing noise when I plug it in. Everything else works except the loud noise that I have to unplug it right sway. Do you think it is the red button fuse,...


Hello camillemario,

The problem sounds as if there is a fault on the amplifier.
Pull the 110 volt plug from the power supply that feeds the amplifier.

If the amp is at fault and you are in the USA I would contact Bruce Wentworth for a test/repair to your amplifier.

Bruce Wentworth A&B Jukebox Repair 56 Old County Rd. Plaistow NH 03865. A&B Jukebox Repair specializes in the repair of Rowe circuit boards in Rowe ...
www.abjukeboxrepair.com

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Hello Andy,

Yes I know the 1976 Rowe Ami R-80 jukebox very well as well as most of the other Rowe Ami jukeboxes.

The turntable motor and the lighting work off of the 110 volt output from the power supply.
The other power voltages are connected to the power supply via the molex plug.

Pin 1 30VDC white/red
Pin 2 30VAC yellow/black
Pin 3 Common black
Pin 4 Ground gren/yellow
Pin 5 No connection
Pin 6 Common black

All the voltages are protected by circuit breakers.

I assume that you may be in the UK if this is the case here are my contact details.
Alan Hood (ami-man)
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0114 247 0242 phone
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Hi,

The turntable motor on the jukebox range of R-84 to R-93 is none adjustable.
If you are in the USA then the motor operates on 60hz but in Europe it would have to be on 50hz to do this a different pulley is used.

The Rowe Ami part numbers are as followes:-

30791907 Turntable Motor Assembly 60hz
30791908 Turntable Motor Assembly 50hz
21817801 Motor Pulley 60hz
21817802 Motor Pulley 50hz

These can be ordered from a Rowe Ami dealer or you could try www.victoryglass.com

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Alan Hood
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1. power OFF
2. UNplug cord at wall
3. Turn ON jukebox (w/o power cord plugged in)
4. Turn OFF jukebox
5. Plug cord into SURGE PROCTOR (not wall, not simple power strip)
6.Turn ON jukebox.
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I have rowe ami jukebox Eagle Laser Star and its amp seems to be dead sin have no sound justa a buzz. Need to find one or how to repair it.


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My cd rowe ami jukebox is stuck in scan/transfer mode


Hello,

You say you do not have the digital display lite up, have you checked all of the breakers on the power supply?
If not do so. Rowe Ami jukeboxes are very prone to dry joints (cold joints in the USA) this is cracking around the soldered pin on the connections to the boards.
If you can solder correctly then check out the printed circuit board on the power supply. I would retest and see if the display now lights after correcting a fault on the power supply.
If that has not made any difference then proceed to the Mechanism Control Board and the Central Control Computer (CCC) and check again for dry joints.

If you can not solder with any confidence then send in your boards to a Rowe Ami specialist for testing/repair.

Regards
Alan Hood
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Hello,

Rowe Ami jukeboxes are prone to dry joints (called cold joints in the USA), this is cracking around the soldered connection pins that connect the wiringing to the circuit boards. If you can solder correctly then I would advise you to check all of the boards for cracking around any of the pins on the boards. So check out the following:-
Power supply board
CCC
Mechanism control/decoder
Keyboard

I would check out the Keyboard/Display the display board controls the title flip buttons.
I have seen a nuber of brand new display units for sale in the USA on Ebay for very little money.
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Alan Hood
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