Rudolph Wurlitzer Co. Schematics Juke Boxes Rudolph Wurlitzer Co. Diagrams, and Troubleshooting Voltages to repair the Amplifier on Vintage Jukebox Record Players. A set of Hard to find Jukebox Schematics, The Tube type Amp is covered for all of these Models: Model P-30 , Model 35 , Model P-400 , Model 24 , Model 24A , (Both 115 Volt and 32 Volt) Model 29 , Model 41 , Model 50 AC , Model 50 AC-DC , Model 51 , Model 61 , Model 312 , Model 412 , Model 71 , Model 102 COBRA , Model 217 , Model 312 , 412 , 316 , 416 , 616 , 616A , 716 , Model 400 , Model 500 , 500A , Model 950 , Model 700 , Model 750 , Model 780 , Model 800 , Model 850 , Model 1015 (EARLY) & (LATE) Versions , Model 1017 , and Model 1017A Model 1080 and Model 1100 Serial # 2,100,001 to 2,103,847 , Model 1080 Also Included are these Models: 041, 41, 0413 Sound System. These are the Schematics for the Wurlitzer Juke Boxes from May 1941 to March 1942 This manual is from 1942. Also covers Model. 071, 0713, 71 , 550 , 551 , Model P-30 Amp 551 , Model P-400 , 570 DC Models 312 and 412 Model 651 Model 400, 671 672 , Model 35 , 680 Model 700 , 7003 Model 51 Model 741 Model 51 , 742 Model 743 Model 751 , 316 , 416 , 616 , 716 , 616A , 751 Model 752 Model 50 Model 753 Model 50 , 754 , 771 Model 800 , 8003 Model 61 , 841 Model 842 Model 843 , 61 , 851 , 24 , 24A , 852 , 24 , 853 , 854 , 500 and 500A These Schematics show how to troubleshoot all the tubes and how to bring A non-working unit back to life, even if you can not read these schematics or Diagrams they are invaluable to a Service Technician working on a Older Unit. Plate Voltages are shown, Capacitor and resistor Values are show if one is Burned up or missing. All Tube Numbers are shown if a tube is missing. Speaker Field resistance values are shown to aid in troubleshooting the Speaker and Sound output. This is a High Quality, Easy to read re-production from Original Schematics Key-13 & PA...........The musical tradition of the Wurlitzer family can be traced back to the 17th century. The forefathers of Rudolph Wurlitzer, who emigrated to America in 1853 at the age of 24, had already made a name for themselves in Saxony as manufacturers of and dealers in musical instruments. Rudolph Wurlitzer founded THE WURLITZER COMPANY in 1856. At first he imported musical instruments and opened sales outlets in all big American cities. He started production of pianos in America in 1880 In 1896 the 'Tonophone', the first coin-operated piano, was introduced to the market. The turnover provided by cinema and theatre organs achieved mighty heights in the silent film era of the 20th century. The 'Mighty Wurlitzer' is still well-known. Farny Wurlitzer, youngest son of the firm's founder, bought a patented music box mechanism at the beginning of the Thirties, and took on its inventor, Homer Capehart, and a brilliant designer called Paul Fuller. This was the beginning of the 'golden era' for Wurlitzer with the first jukeboxes which played the old 78 shellac records. Wurlitzer quickly took over 60 % of the booming jukebox market. The name of Wurlitzer became a synonym for jukeboxes with its 'Music for millions' trademark in this period. 1933 was a decisive year in the history of WURLITZER Up to this time the elite circles in America had been well served with pianos and theatre organs; now the Wurlitzer Jukebox became a familiar sight to every restaurant or bar customer with the first 'P10' model. After inserting a coin, one could select a song from 10 shellac record titles. In the Thirties, the jukebox became the 'small man's concert hall'.
These Schematics are on a CD and are easy to read. These Schematics show how to troubleshoot all the tubes and how to bring A non-working unit back to life, even if you can not read these schematics or Diagrams they are invaluable to a Service Technician working on a Older Unit. Plate Voltages are shown, Capacitor and resistor Values are show if one is Burned up or missing. All Tube Numbers are shown if a tube is missing. Speaker Field resistance values are shown to aid in troubleshooting the Speaker and Sound output. This is a High Quality, Easy to read re-production from Original Schematics. (Note: Picture shown is only an Example) ALSO: If you are looking for Old Radio Schematics, ALL Makes, All Models (US Only) I am always listing new Sets, Manual CD (Remember this is a CD, You must be satisfied with its operation, no complaints yet. . This is a CD and comes w/ Adobe Reader. Great CD with Thumbnails and easy to Print from. Good Luck