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This is a problem with the memory. Contact nsm music and ask for the IC5 battery, £35. " 2 minute job, open the jukebox, immiediatly in front of you on the main board, look for IC5, The battery is directly under the writing. A black battery about 2" in length. Replace that power up and your done. A jukebox repair will charge you some riddiculous price for this. hope this helps cheers dandares

Wurlitzer... | Answered on Sep 19, 2019

error 73=check alignment of cd gripper

Wurlitzer... | Answered on Sep 02, 2016

The needle is easy to change but it is best to turn off the box before you try. Lift the tonearm (there is a spring underneath for tension, note its position and remove it. By the way the spring is counter intuitive, the more the tension the lighter the tracking. Grab the plastic needle housing and pull (downward since the arm is up) It should slide out without too much trouble. Slide the replacement back in and you're done. The circuit can blow for several reasons. Assuming that the breaker that blows is the one for the selector 1. Bad selector coil. If this is the case then the breaker blows after the selector arm has spun around and found the selection. The light you see flash could be the current limiting lamp although I am not sure if this model has it. This is a common problem 2. If it blows when the selector motor tries to run then it could be a bad motor but this is very rare. 3. If it blows after the selection has been made and the carriage advances to the record selected then most likely the transfer motor needs work. This is a common problem. Now since you say the lights go out when a selection is made perhaps it is none of the above especially if the fluorescent goes out . Good luck

Audio Players &... | Answered on Apr 30, 2016


off you go.

Wurlitzer... | Answered on Feb 23, 2016

depending which model you need the service manual download at jukebox world there you choose archives then nsm then model

Wurlitzer... | Answered on Oct 05, 2015

Make sure all the wiring is secure, you may have a bad coil on the speaker, then you need your amplifier checking by someone competent

Wurlitzer... | Answered on Aug 29, 2015


It sounds as if you may have a problem with the mechanical element of the title rack.
Try to move it manually.
If it is moves easily the problem will more than likely be the motor or the Display Unit.
If that is the case you will need help from your Rowe Ami dealer.

Alan Hood

Wurlitzer... | Answered on Aug 29, 2015

most all "early models: Rowe CD 100 Laserstar's
Put the slide switch in service position. Go past the errors (if any) by pressing Popular and Reset simultaneously then enter "55" the display should say "free play off" then hold down the reset key and push 9. This will toggle between "off" and "on" Toggle until the display indicates free play "on", then release the reset key and press the popular button. Put the service switch back in to the play position, The display should say "FP" however not all models display it exactly the same. If your computer's battery is good this setting will be retained. If you have to load the factory defaults for any reason OR another problem (dead battery) is causing the factory defaults to be loaded when you power on, this free play setting will be reset to "off" after power is interrupted.

Wurlitzer... | Answered on Aug 29, 2015

it should have a free credit button on thecircuit board they usually black or
red just press several times

Wurlitzer... | Answered on Aug 29, 2015

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Wurlitzer... | Answered on Jul 28, 2015


It sounds as if you can hear one of the motors on the pillaster effect rumbling.
If you are in the USA check out www.victoryglass.com for a new motor.

Alan Hood

Wurlitzer... | Answered on Jul 28, 2015

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