20 Most Recent Wurlitzer Jukebox 1015 One More Time 100-Disc CD Changer Questions & Answers

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We are moving our Wurlitzer 1015 "one More Time" jukebox long distance and need to secure the moving parts. We have the shipping bolts in place. What other steps do we need to take?

Ensure you put some foam in between the actual cd mechanism and the base to stop it floating around, Remove cds! that's about it.
4/19/2024 10:53:20 PM • Wurlitzer... • Answered on Apr 19, 2024
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Flashing 8 on display

Hello,

A flashing 8 on the display indicates that the Selection and Credit Computer hasn't detected the gripper arm has returned to it's normal rest position over the CD carrier (where the CDs are stored). It can be caused by several factors:

1. Gripper motor switch has been turned off
2. K7 microswitch or actuator is defective
3. Blown fuse in amplifier
4. Defective gripper motor
5. Open latch solenoid coil
6. Defective Selection and Credit Computer

I am the authorized Wurlitzer Jukebox repair center for the US and would be happy to help you over the phone. I can supply parts and repair defective amplifiers and computers, etc. Please email me [email protected].
10/17/2023 6:05:25 PM • Wurlitzer... • Answered on Oct 17, 2023
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Wurlitzer CD 1015. The disc loads, then will spin in one direction for a few seconds, then will stop and spin in the other direction. The disc looks as if it is spinning off centre.

I saw a recent video about this on a record juke box and it was linkages and range sensors that needed cleaning. It definitely mentions that the record wasn't being held properly and was wobbling.
4/16/2023 2:44:35 AM • Wurlitzer... • Answered on Apr 16, 2023
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Lynx jukebox

bring back 2 shop + recipt also the ask 4 full money back 2 buy a new 1
7/9/2022 4:46:32 PM • Wurlitzer... • Answered on Jul 09, 2022
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Wurlitzer 1015 jukebox

It is the arm sensor for the end of the disk.
7/3/2022 9:51:14 AM • Wurlitzer... • Answered on Jul 03, 2022
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Wurlitzer OMT vinyl playing way too slow

There are two rims on the drive spindle that the belt hooks round. One is for 50Hz and the other for 60Hz. You might have it in the wrong groove.
6/17/2022 3:52:38 PM • Wurlitzer... • Answered on Jun 17, 2022
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I don't know the age of my Wurlitzer 'One More Time' jukebox? It has the i84 amp inside.

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Wurlitzer Serial #'s and Estimated Production - Tomszone.com ...

https://tomszone.jukeboxhistory.info > serialwurl Jun 26, 2002 - 1940-1962 Speaker Serial Numbers & Production. Wurlitzer Jukebox Serial #'s & Production 1934-1950. Serial Number.
History of the 1018. The Wurlitzer 1015 became a big hit in 1946. Wurlitzer had to call a halt to the production of jukeboxes due to the war in order to produce important war products such as radar components. The engineers, especially designer Paul Fuller, had continued to work on new jukebox models over this period. The result was called the "1015". Between 1946 and 1947, 56,000 of these machines were built and sold in just 18 months. The exceptional design of the "1015" had made it possibly the most attractive jukebox of all time. In all events, it was sold more than any other model in the 20th century. The "golden era" of the jukebox continued into the first post war years. The "Silver era" of Jukeboxes began around 1950. The design was changed, the 45 single made inroads, and the selection from 100 titles became standard. Jukeboxes with shiny chrome and magical lighting began to be produced. They became a fascinating focal point in any bar or caf?. In 1956,Wurlitzer produced their first jukebox with a selection of 200 titles perfectly timed for its 100th company anniversary, the Wurlitzer 2000. By the end of the Fifties much of the earlier classic styling had been lost. Tooling costs to produce new models each year and compete with rival jukebox manufactures, had weakened the company and the jukebox boom years where coming to an end. Wurlitzer continued to produce jukeboxes throughout the Sixties and early Seventies, but never in the numbers of better times. The visual play machines had gone and boxy cabinet designs where the order of the day. In a last ditch attempt to revitalise their dwindling market the company looked back to their Paul Fuller creations for inspiration and came up with a nostalgia model for 1974, the 1050. It did not prove to be a popular model and sounded the ***** knoll for Wurlitzer who ceased manufacturing jukeboxes in the USA the same year. The name Wurlitzer lived on as they had set up a German subsidiary (Deutsche Wurlitzer) in the early Sixties to accommodate a booming European market. The German factory continued to manufacture jukeboxes and supply jukeboxes worldwide as well as it's range of high quality vending machines. Some 40 years after the Paul Fuller design of the 1015, Wurlitzer started production in 1986 of the "One More Time" nostalgia jukebox, a recreation of the legendary 1946 model but with modern technology. This proved to be very successful and in 1990 the "One More Time" CD model was introduced.
2/13/2022 8:05:39 PM • Wurlitzer... • Answered on Feb 13, 2022
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Wurlitzer 'One More Time' jukebox. How can I tell if it has a remote connection in it? I got this as a gift.

Question edited for clarity. Question moved to Wurlitzer 1015. Page 17 of the manual refers. It has a conversion kit and is not a standard feature. https://www.flippers.com/pdfs/OMT_CD_Operating&FieldService_22.pdf It is a popular machine https://www.google.com/search?q=Wurlitzer+%27One+More+Time%27+jukebox ..
2/13/2022 7:59:22 PM • Wurlitzer... • Answered on Feb 13, 2022
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Motorbook doesn't work

There's a smal pcb tucked under the page unit. It could be that.

9/8/2021 4:01:48 PM • Wurlitzer... • Answered on Sep 08, 2021
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I just bought this Seeburg

the reject switch on the mechanism is stuck or bad its right next to the tone arm
9/9/2020 10:52:51 PM • Wurlitzer... • Answered on Sep 09, 2020
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The arm picks up cd and places it on table, pauses

I am having the same issue. Please email e when you find the solution to fix it. [email protected]
4/13/2019 1:48:06 AM • Wurlitzer... • Answered on Apr 13, 2019
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The fuse keeps blowing out after a while my jukebox that is connected with the wallbox is turned on... maybe after 3-4 hours. any suggestions?

It could be caused by the wrong fuse type being fitted. A fuse blows due to an overload. But some overloads can be of a short nature. The surge when something is switched on for example. A fuse which is say a quick blow type would therefore go straight away. It could also be a fault (on the wallbox) or a bad connection between the wallbox and the jukebox.
11/18/2018 6:49:32 AM • Wurlitzer... • Answered on Nov 18, 2018
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How do i replace the cd laser on my wurlitzer omt

Unless you have specialized equipment to align the laser, do not try to change the laser. That being said, when I have problems with a CD juke that I track down to the player, I change the whole player (the silver unit about 4"x6"). Enco systems .net has new and rebuilt CDM-pro players. If it as older one, other places rebuild them. Enco has a list of player symptoms on their home page to determine if you need a player.
8/2/2018 1:56:04 PM • Wurlitzer... • Answered on Aug 02, 2018
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