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Hello... I have a Crosley jukebox that has neon tubes and bubble tubes. I've noticed recently that the right top bubble tube isn't bubbling as well as the other three. The bubbles don't even make it 1/2 way up the tube anymore.. but are still bubbling. The vacuum space is still there. Any idea what the issue could be?

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It's a blown fuse on the amp.
You have to undo the cover plate at the top and then flex it to unhook the bottom. Once it is off you'll see the fuses.

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I can sell you a replacement bubble tube. They are fairly easy to replace. I just need to know which one you need, straight, small curved or large curved. Rod Stebelton, tech@wurlitzer-ohio.com.

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SOURCE: I broke one of the glass bubble tubes. How can I

I have bubble tubes in stock. You just need to tell me which one you need. I can tell you the replacement procedure also. Please email tech@wurlitzer-ohio.com.

Posted on Feb 07, 2010

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You can order bubble tubes and damaged front plastics from Deer Park Dist (618) 427-3761. Once you get the parts, remove the back of the unit. You will be able to see all the screws which hold on the front plastics. Removing the screws and the plastics to get easy access to the bubble tubes. A long screwdirver is helpful. The magnets in the speakers will grab the screws and the screwdriver from you.

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SOURCE: A couple of the bubble tubes are no longer

Hmmmmm...........

First open the back panel and check if the air pump still works!

There might be disconnected air hoses gong to those tubes!

Check first,,,,, then tell wut u notice!


Hope that clears the air of trouble!

Posted on Dec 04, 2010

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