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Common Seeburg Vertical Play Mechanism Problems

In this section, I'll cover four common Seeburg vertical play mechanism problems in this section. The first two and last symptoms pertain to any jukebox between the M100A and the SMC3. The third may not be caused by the specific selection system used in the jukebox. After all, the selection system is only responsible for selection Write-In, one third of the entire process. The problem could be in the Read-Out or Trip circuits, which are similar for any Tormat jukebox, starting with the 1955 V200 and ending with the 1978 STD4/10078D. Below are procedures for the first two and fourth symptoms, and a way to determine the cause of the third. Please note that while I have checked and rechecked to insure that the below information is correct, I take no responsibility for any difficulties incurred as a result of performing any operations listed.

Symptoms:

  1. Symptom 1:
    When a selection is made, the mechanism scans, picks up a record, plays it, starts to put it back into the magazine, plays it again, etc. If you have this problem, click here.
  2. Symptom 2:
    When a selection is made, the mechanism scans, picks up the record, immediately rejects it, moves on to the next selection, picks it up, immediately rejects it, etc.  If you have this problem, click here.
  3. Symptom 3:
    When a selection is made, the mechanism scans twice, picks up nothing, and stops. If you have this problem, click here.
  4. Symptom 4:
    Record does not reject at the end of play, or cannot reject from the switch on the back of the cabinet or the PRVC. If you have this problem, click here.