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The Seeburg Microlog Jukebox

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Item #: B081
Troubleshooting Guide by Ron Rich
Seeburg LS3 (Apollo, 1969) to STD 4 (Mardi Gras, 1977)
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During the years since 1969 Ron Rich repaired many of these "Phonographs" (Seeburg NEVER called this product a "jukebox") while working for an authorized distributor, the factory Seeburg itself and now as an "independent". He also was involved with the design of the LS1 chips used in the LS-3 models.
This Trouble Shhoting Guide was written to assist you in locating and pinpointing any problems down to the component.
The author suggests to use it with the Seeburg USC1 service manual resp. the equivalent manual for your jukebox - but USC1 paper goods cover also the models which did follow.
The book is helpful for.
· LS3 (Apollo)
· USC1 (Bandshell)
· USC2 (Firestar)
· SPS 160 (Olympian)
· FC1 (Regency)
· SPS2 (Matador)
· STD160/SQS160 (Vogue II / Quadrophonic)
· STD2 (Entertainer)
· STD 3 (Sunstar)
· FC2 (Hutch)
· STD 4 (Mardi Gras)

This Trouble Shooting Guide is for the above listed models from 1969 - 1977 and for use by a person who has a basic understanding of "117 VAC", "low voltage" circuits and how the jukebox is supposed to operate.
• Foreword
• Overview Sequence Of Operation
• Service Notes: Amplifiers
• Service Notes: Tormat Memory Unit
• Service Notes: "Black Box" - DTP-1
• Service Notes: Gray Box – DRD-1
• Service Notes: Keyboard – DES 1,2,3 or 4
• Service Notes: DCC 1, 2, 3, 4
• Service Notes: Record Playing Mechanism
• Trouble Shooting Guide
• Phono Procedure Chart #1
• Phono Procedure Chart #2 and 2A
• Phono Procedure Chart #3
• Phono Procedure Chart #3A
• Phono Procedure Chart #4
• DRD-1 / MTU / DES Checklist

24 pages, written in English, black & white, copyright 2002


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