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I just bought this Seeburg 160 selection Stereo Phonograph from a private owner and he told me that it worked. but when I plugged it in and made my selection it goes to the record picks it up and the needle goes to the record but than it ejects the record and goes to the next selection and does the same thing. It hasn't played anything. What can I do to get this Jukebox to play for me. Please help

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    keeps playing same record

  • Anonymous Mar 20, 2014

    keeps picking up same record

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Also ck to see if it had a remote volume control/reject button install and the wires are not shorted together from when the wires were cut to move it.

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Reject switch problem also best get the service manual tells you everything you need

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OR the reject button on the back of the machine. Might be stuck or shorted. Check the wires that lead to it to be sure they aren't touching each other where they connect. Disconnect the rear reject button to see if that helps. If it does, that's the problem.
Otherwise, like above, it's probably a bad or misadjusted end-of-record switch.
In the future, please reference the model number. it's on the back of the machine on a plate, or go to www.pinballrebel.com to identify your jukebox visually.. Seeburg build stereo 160 selection machines for almost 30 years and they vary greatly.

Once again, someone bought a jukebox without watching it work first. People don't buy cars without seeing them operate. TIP! When going to look at a jukebox, take one of those long orange extension cords with you, so the seller can't use the excuse that they can't plug it in for you. Also, ask when the last time was it was lubricated.
Kyle~

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The reject switch on the mechanism is stuck or bad its right next to the tone arm

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