New here with a Seeburg LCP1

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New here with a Seeburg LCP1

Post by pugnut87 on Fri Nov 23, 2012 9:06 pm

Hello.
I just recently picked up a Seeburg LCP1 jukebox. It hasnt worked in years and I am trying to revive it.
I replaced all the tubes since non of them test out good. Took out the whole carriage and cleaned all the contracts in the switches.
Now the issue I am having is that in the "rest" position on the far right it doesn't move what so ever if you try and scan, now if you manually move the entire carriage over to the left and flick the reverse switch it will scan to the right and just sit there. The reversing relay will hum a little bit but thats is it.
I have been trying to trace the voltage in its path but I am just stumped.
Thanks for any help.


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Re: New here with a Seeburg LCP1

Post by pugnut87 on Thu Nov 29, 2012 2:08 am

Sorry typo. Its a LPC1

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Re: New here with a Seeburg LCP1

Post by Bill Cahill on Thu Nov 29, 2012 2:20 pm

Could it be contact problems on the reversing relay?
Might be dirty, coroded, or, bent.
Or, if not that, perhaps a lever it throws is gummed up?
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Re: New here with a Seeburg LCP1

Post by Bill Cahill on Thu Jan 17, 2013 7:46 am

Anything new on the machine? We haven't heard from you in some time, now.............
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Re: New here with a Seeburg LCP1

Post by willy3486 on Thu Jan 17, 2013 8:40 am

Could the relay be weak and not fully pulling it in? I would suggest getting a repair manual to help you. Nothing like having factory info. As far as taking stuff out have you checked to see all the wires went back to where it was originally. As far as you had to replace all the tubes could this have been a jukebox that had been pieced together from leftovers? When I picked up my 30s and 40s jukeboxes I had some tubes to test good so I am wondering if someone took a lot of good parts off and put bad on.

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