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NSM Consul 120 wiring fault? Please help

Please could you help me fix my jukebox? It is a NSM Consul 120. I have an electrician who will look at it for me but I do need a wiring diagram for this model, so we can see if any bits are missing.

It would be a great help if someone out there can provide me with the correct information.

Thank you very much

John

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I searched all night for a manual, seems you have to buy them, then I found this, and whoopee, it was free, grab it while you can
http://thearcadeboneyard.com/librarysite/Jukebox_Manuals/nsm/NSM%20%20CONSUL%20%20120%20(All%20Files%20Combined).pdf

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Hi John,
Have just joined fixya so not sure of the process but I do have a wiring diagram for the Consul 120 as I have one of these juke boxes. If you can contact me via this site I can see what i can do for you as I dont want to put my email address on this reply.
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If you dont have service manual best contact nsn in leeds and speak to support they should help you out

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Http://www.jukeboxparts.co.uk/Jukebox-Manuals.htm

Posted on Jul 12, 2008

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