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I don't remember if this year/model has a tube amplifier or not. If it were just the hum, I would say it's time to have the tubes checked out or replaced. Since you are having malfunctions with the operation of the mechanical processes as well, my experience with these has been: Best case - a bad ground in the electronics. More than half of the ones I've fixed for people (with similar problems), I fixed by removing the electronic components, cleaning connectors, checking wires, and bolting everything back down tight. This is something you can do. (have you moved the jukebox lately? has it been jolted?) Worst Case - time and heat have caused a component on a circuit board to fail, or go out of tolerance. This will require an electronics repairman, and likely access to the schematic diagrams of the board(s). The schematics of these old jukeboxes are available for free online. There are forums specifically for Rockola Jukeboxes, which have dedicated repair sections you can ask other owners of the same vintage for help.
Posted on Apr 15, 2011
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