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45 (record) Jukebox. While playing the jukebox was changing records, the arm lifted the record slightly off the turntable. the credits and song selection would not clear off the readout, even after powering off and the turntable will not stop spinning. Turned off overnight now when turn on can force the record bar back to the carousel but turntable just spins and readout of record and credits is blank

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Hello,

Have you checked all the fuses or circuit breakers on the jukebox?
Are all the power supply led's lit?
Make sure that all the connection plugs into the boards are fully seated and making good connections.

After checking the above if the fault remains you will need to contact a Wurlitzer service engineer.

Regards
Alan Hood
ami-man
UK

Posted on May 26, 2011

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    edward Gardner Apr 02, 2015

    You likely tripped a breaker or blew a fuse. I would help to know the model that you have. However, if you forced the gripper back into the record magazine, you have likely damaged the gripper arm mechanism. Now you have 2 problems

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