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Have a Rowe Ami mmcd-1 jukebox but having keypad problems

The numbers 2 and 6 on the keypad are not being read. Sometimes if I reset the CCC (Central Control Computer) the 2 and 6 will work but only for a short period of time. The led lights are operating on the CCC to read that nothing is wrong. I checked the connections in the wiring from the keypad to the title strip keyboard interface and from there to the CCC, and everything is fine. I dont know if this is related but my title selection "flippers" do not work most of the time, but seem to work only when the number 2 and 6 on the keypad are working. I inspected the circuit boards, the keypad buttons do make a connection, I checked out the CCC and title strip interfact, but dont know what I am really looking for. Any advice?

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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.
When these were first made they were an arm and a leg. If you bought the combined unit that was put into the HML hideaways you could refit into your jukebox.

If You are not good at soldering then my advice would be send the boards to a Rowe Ami specialist for testing/repair.

Regards
Alan Hood
ami-man
UK

Posted on Mar 11, 2009

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