Question about Audio Players & Recorders
Check all fuses..a recap of the machine would fix this issue if it was a suddon stop dead and nothing symptom racaping is a good idea just after you see it run no matter how poorly but it would be a mistake to recap the machine right now because you have a hard fault and recapping presents it's own problems..no.
check all fuses first if not the fuses check to see all of the plug in cables are plugged in wiggle all of the plugged in wires it's possible one of the wires (or more) have hardened and is causing a short or intermittant problem (wires tend to get more flexible when warm as oppossed to when they're cold and THIS may be the issue! if AFTER you've checked on those two things and neither of the items helped at all? then it's time to call a repair man.voltages in any electronic device can be lethal and unless you know your way around electronics I would NOT advise you to go ANY further than the two checks I've given you here. let us know how it turns out
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Your Seeburg LPC1 or LPC480 is well overdue for an electrical overhaul.
It most likely can no longer write selections into the memory, or read them out if they're being written in. No way to tell from here. A jukebox that old probably needs to have the units underneath rebuilt with new capacitors. Their lifespan is usually about 25 years, so no surprises there. This is common for all old jukeboxes. Google Vern Tisdale or Bill Bickers for the rebuild kits. You need to solder and read a schematic to do the work, or find someone who can, but the actual parts are not all that expensive.
Posted on Feb 28, 2010
I take it that the output from the jukebox is mono (only a signal and screen cable) and the connection to the amplifier is a phono plug. You could make up a cable by using a phono inline socket and two phono plugs. I would think that you could purchase one from your local electronic store. If you make one up it should be made using a screened cable.
Posted on Mar 03, 2009
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