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Installation & Owners Manual

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Table of Contents
Important Safety Instructions ________________________________________ 2
Section A - Jukebox Specifications ___________________________________ 3
Section B - Placing the Wall-Mounted Jukebox on Location ______________ 4
Location Power and Warnings ________________________________________________ 5
Jukebox Power and Reset Switch _____________________________________________ 6
Wall Mounting Instructions ___________________________________________________ 7

Choosing the Location ______________________________________________ 7


IR Remote Installation Instructions ___________________________________________ 10
Testing the Unit __________________________________________________________ 11
LED Lighting Controller (Rock-Star Lx Only) ____________________________________ 12

Section C - Sound System Set Up ___________________________________ 13


Extension Speaker Operation _______________________________________________ 14
Selecting Speaker Power ___________________________________________________
Selection Procedures __________________________________________
Extension Speakers Connected E1 to E7 or T1 to T7 __________________
4-Ohm Speakers Connected To Transformer Taps
E1 through E6 or T1 through T6 __________________________________
4-Ohm Speakers connected to Channel 1 transformer taps: ____________
4-Ohm Speakers connected to Channel 2 transformer taps: ____________
8-Ohm Speakers Connected To Transformer Taps
E1 through E6 or T1 through T6 __________________________________
8-Ohm Speakers connected to channel 1 transformer taps _____________
8-Ohm Speakers connected to channel 2 transformer taps _____________
Amplifier Overload Check _______________________________________

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Speaker Synopsis ________________________________________________________ 30


1000 Watts of RMS Power per Amplifier or 500 Watts per Channel. ______ 30

Section D - Service & Maintenance __________________________________ 41


Recommended Routine Maintenance _________________________________________ 42
Calibrating the Touchscreen ________________________________________________ 43
Hard Drive Replacement ___________________________________________________ 43

Section E - Parts Catalog __________________________________________ 44


Rock-Star Lx Front Door ___________________________________________________ 45
Bill Acceptor Assemblies ___________________________________________________ 50
Inside and Outside Cabinet _________________________________________________ 51
Rock-Star Lx LCD Assembly ________________________________________________ 53
Electronic Components ____________________________________________________ 54
Accessories _____________________________________________________________ 56

Section F - Troubleshooting ________________________________________ 57


LED Indicators ___________________________________________________________ 58
Troubleshooting Charts ____________________________________________________ 59
Connection Diagrams ______________________________________________________ 62

Important Safety Instructions


9. Protect the power cord from being walked on or
pinched, particularly at plugs, convenience
receptacles, and the point where they exit from
the apparatus.

1. Read these instructions.


2. Keep these instructions.
3. Heed all warnings.

10. Only use the attachments/accessories specified


by the manufacturer.

4. Follow all instructions.


5. Do not use this apparatus near water.

11. Use only with the bracket specified by the


manufacturer or sold with the apparatus.

6. Do not block any ventilation openings. Install in


accordance with the manufacturers instructions.

12. Unplug this apparatus during lightning storms or


when unused for long periods of time.

7. Do not install near any heat sources such as


radiators, heat registers, stoves, or other
apparatus (including amplifiers) that produce
heat.

13. Refer all servicing to qualified service personnel.


Servicing is required when the apparatus has
been damaged in any way, such as when the
power-supply cord or plug is damaged, liquid has
been spilled or objects have fallen into the
apparatus, the apparatus has been exposed to
rain or moisture, does not operate normally, or
has been dropped.

8. Do not defeat the safety purpose of the polarized


or grounding-type plug. A polarized plug has two
blades with one wider than the other.
A
grounding type plug has two blades and a third
grounding prong. The wide blade or the third
prong is provided for your safety. If the provided
plug does not fit into your outlet, consult an
electrician for replacement of the obsolete outlet.

The lightning flash with arrowhead symbol,


within an equilateral triangle is intended to alert
the user to the presence of uninsulated
dangerous voltage within the products
enclosure that may be of sufficient magnitude
to constitute a risk of electric shock to persons.

The exclamation point within an equilateral


triangle is intended to alert the user to the
presence of important operating and
maintenance servicing instructions in the
literature accompanying the jukebox.

WARNING
To reduce the risk of fire or electric shock, do not expose this apparatus to rain or
moisture. No objects filled with liquid, such as vases, shall be placed on the apparatus.
CAUTION!
RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK. DO NOT OPEN
DO NOT REMOVE ANY COVERS, GUARDS, OR SHIELDS.
NO USER SERVICEABLE PARTS ARE INSIDE THIS JUKEBOX.
REFER SERVICING TO QUALIFIED SERVICE PERSONNEL.

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Section A Jukebox Specifications


Rock-Star Lx

Rock-Star

48
25.75
10.75

48
25.75
10.75

52
31
24

52
31
24

Weight:
Uncrated

180 lbs.

130 lbs.

Crated

195 lbs.

160 lbs.

1000 Wrms into 2 Ohm Load

1000 Wrms into 2 Ohm Load

Protection:

Speaker overload
Automatic, self resetting

Speaker overload
Automatic, self resetting

Voltage:
Frequency:

115VAC
60Hz

115VAC
60Hz

32 vertical LCD flat screen

32 vertical LCD flat screen

none

none

Dimensions:
Uncrated:
Height
Width
Depth
Crated:
Height
Width
Depth

Amplifier:
Output Power:
(Standard)

LCD:
Speakers:

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Section B Placing the Wall-Mounted Jukebox on Location


Location Power and Warnings
Jukebox Power and Reset Switch
Wall Mounting Instructions
IR Remote Installation Instructions
Testing the Unit
LED Lighting Controller

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Location Power and Warnings

The jukebox must have a clean source of properly-phased and grounded 115VAC
power at 10 amps max. This MUST be provided 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
The outlet the jukebox is connected to must NOT be controlled by a switch, nor
can the circuit breaker feeding it be shut off at night.
If the outlet is not properly phased, grounded, or is connected to an overloaded
circuit, it must be corrected by a qualified electrician before using.

Refer to the diagram below, along with the power supply diagram on the next page. The main power distribution
unit is the power supply. This device contains the main circuit breaker along with surge protection.

POWER SUPPLY AND MAIN


POWER SWITCH (SEE
FIGURE 2-B FOR MORE
DETAIL)

ATX RESET SWITCH

COMPUTER CORE
ASSEMBLY
(SERVICE, REJECT,
CALIBRATE, POWER
BUTTON LOCATION)

Figure 1-B Inside View of Cabinet

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Jukebox Power and Reset Switch


The Rock-Star is powered from a standard 115VAC
wall plug using the provided power cord. Inside the
jukebox, power is routed to a Power Supply assembly
located on the left-hand side of the cabinet (see
Figure 2-B). This power supply includes a 15A circuit
breaker and the Main Power ON/OFF switch. All
other components in the jukebox are powered by
plugging them into this power supply.

Hard Power Down


When the jukebox power cord is unplugged or the
Main Power ON/OFF switch is turned off (see Figure
2-B), the jukebox is in the hard power down state. All
power is removed from all other components in the
jukebox.

Reset Switch
There is a hidden reset switch located inside the
cabinet on the lower left side (see Figure 1-B). It is
accessible by either opening the jukebox door, or by
inserting a paper clip, toothpick, or other long, thin
object through the access hole on the left side of the
jukebox.

Soft Power Down


The Computer Core and other components in the
jukebox should remain powered up at all times.
However, there may be times when the jukebox
needs to be turned off so that customers cannot
insert money or make selections. The Soft Power
Down mode will give every outward appearance that
the jukebox is off by turning off the lights, the LCD
display, the bill acceptor(s), and the credit card
reader; however, the Computer Core and other
internal components remain powered up. There are
multiple ways to enter and exit this soft power down
mode:

IR Remote Control The button labeled


POWER on the IR remote control
transmitter will also toggle the soft power
state just like the button described above.

The ATX Reset Switch resets the computer


core. It is the push-button located closest to
the rear of the jukebox (see Figure 1-B).
This is like the Reset Switch on a PC.
Pressing and releasing this switch will cause
the computer mainboard to completely
reboot. Use this switch only if the jukebox is
completely non-responsive.
CIRCUIT
BREAKER
MONITOR

Computer Core Power Button The button


labeled POWER on the Computer Core
inside the jukebox (see Figure 1-B) is used to
enter the soft power down mode, push it
again to exit the soft power down mode.

POWER IN
FROM
TRANSFER BOX
LOCATED IN
BOTTOM CENTER
OF CABINET

Computer Core

BILL
ACCEPTOR

The jukebox Computer Core can be powered off by


pressing the SERVICE button on the Computer
Core (see Figure 1-B), and then touching Shutdown
Jukebox on the touchscreen. This will turn off the
computer core and other components that get their
power from the ATX power supply on the computer
core. To restore power after turning off the ATX
power supply, the jukebox must be rebooted. Reboot
the jukebox by toggling the Main Power ON/OFF
switch off (see Figure 2-B), and then back on, or by
pushing the ATX Reset Switch (see Reset Switch).

ROUTER
ATX POWER SUPPLY
ON COMPUTER
CORE ASSEMBLY
POWER
TRANSFORMER
MAIN POWER
ON/OFF
SWITCH

Figure 2-B Detail View of Power Supply

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Wall Mounting Instructions


Choosing the Location
It is recommended that the jukebox be mounted to a
wall with the bottom approximately 35 to 36 up from
the floor. The wall must be strong and flat. The
jukebox should be visible and convenient to use. Do
NOT install directly above a radiator or other source
of heat. Be sure the speaker wires can be easily run
to the unit.

WARNING
The mounting of the jukebox on the wall
should be done by a qualified installer
familiar with wall construction and loading.
The wall and installation hardware MUST be
capable of supporting a 200 lb. load for
Rock-Star Lx, 150 lb. load for Rock-Star.
Failure to follow these instructions could
result in serious injury.
For easier installation, the Rock-Star Lx is shipped
with the front door detached from the cabinet. After
mounting the cabinet, the front door is easily attached
to the cabinet. The Rock-Star is installed with the
front door attached.
Tools and hardware required for normal installation
into wood wall studs:
Socket wrench with 7/16 and 3/4 sockets.
Level
Pencil
Punch or Awl (to start the lag screws)
(4) 1/4 x 1-1/2 Lag screws provided
Masking Tape
1.

Remove the mounting bracket locking bolt from


inside the jukebox (Figure 3-B) to release the
mounting bracket from the back of the jukebox.

43 to 44
Floor

Figure 4-B Mounting Bracket on Wall


NOTE: If the wall is concrete, cinder block, brick, or
uses metal wall studs, then the appropriate fasteners
must be used. At least 4 heavy duty fasteners (one
in each corner) must be employed. The fasteners
must be able to support the 200 lb. Rock-Star Lx, or
150 lb. Rock-Star. Do NOT use press-in anchors or
any other light or medium duty fasteners. Consult
a contractor experienced in the type of construction
used if there is any doubt about the strength of the
mounting devices.
3.

Prepare the wiring. The power cord should be


attached to the back of the jukebox near the
bottom before mounting. The speaker and other
wiring enter the back of the jukebox near the top
of the hinge side (see Figure 3-B).

4.

Place masking tape on the wall where the sides


of the jukebox will be when the unit is hung from
the bracket. The outside of the jukebox is 31/16 from the edges of the wall bracket. (See
Figure 5-B).
3-1/16

Wire Access Holes

Bracket Locking Bolt

Figure 5-B Mounting Bracket

Figure 3-B Inside View of the Top of Cabinet


2.

Mount the bracket to the wall with the lower


edge 43 to 44 up from the floor using 1/4 x
1-1/2 lag screws that attach to wooden wall
studs as shown in Figure 4-B. Be sure the
bracket is level.
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WARNING
The next step requires two people who can safely lift 200 lbs.

7. For Rock-Star Lx jukeboxes only: The front door


is secured using slide hinges, which require no
tools to attach. To attach the front door, carefully
lift the door and line up the hinge pins on the
cabinet with the mating hinge barrels on the front
door (see Figure 6-B). Then carefully lower the
front door. Continue with Step 8.

5. Lift the cabinet onto the wall bracket. It will have


to be lifted about 2 higher than its intended
height. Keep it centered within the tape lines and
keep the back flat against the wall, while slowly
lowering it onto the bracket. When it has dropped
into the slots, replace the bracket locking bolt
(see Figure 3-B). This prevents the unit from
being lifted back off of the wall bracket.
6. Remove the masking tape from the wall. Wallmounting is complete for the Rock-Star cabinet.
For Rock-Star Lx jukeboxes, continue with steps
7-10.

HINGE BARREL
ON FRONT DOOR

HINGE PIN
ON CABINET

Figure 6-B Rock-Star Lx


Detail View of Top Cabinet Hinge with Front Door Opened

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8. Using Figure 7-B, locate the free ends of the 3


LCD cables, 2 LED cables and bill acceptor cable
inside the cabinet. Connect these cables from the
cabinet to the front door as shown in Figure 7-B.

9. Using Figure 7-B, locate the free ends of the credit


card reader and ground wire cables on the door.
Connect these cables from the front door to the
cabinet as shown in Figure 7-B.
10. Make sure all cables are dressed properly. Use
the cable clamps in the jukebox to keep cables in
place. Make sure nothing interferes with opening
and closing the door.

GROUND WIRE
ROUTED HERE
VGA CABLE
(FROM VGA
CONNECTOR ON
COMPUTER CORE)
TOUCHSCREEN
CONTROLLER CABLE
(FROM USB PORT ON
COMPUTER CORE)
LCD POWER
CABLE
(FROM POWER SUPPLY)

LCD CABLES
ROUTED HERE

DUAL BILL
ACCEPTOR CABLE
(FROM P7 ON POWER
SUPPLY AND "BILLS"
ON COMPUTER CORE)

GROUND WIRE
(FROM GROUND
SCREW ON DOOR
[ABOUT 3" BELOW
TOP HINGE]
TO GROUND LUG)

LED CABLE
(FROM PERIPHERAL
INTERFACE)
SINGLE BILL
ACCEPTOR CABLE
(FROM P7 ON POWER
SUPPLY AND "BILLS" ON
COMPUTER CORE)

CREDIT CARD
READER CABLE
(FROM CC READER
TO USB PORT ON
COMPUTER CORE)

CREDIT CARD
READER CABLE
ROUTED HERE
LED CABLE
(FROM LED
CONTROLLER
ASSEMBLY)

LED & BILL


ACCEPTOR
CABLES ROUTED
IN FRONT OF FANS

Figure 7-B Inside View of Rock-Star Lx Jukebox with Front Door Opened

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IR Remote Installation Instructions


The POWER button turns the lights, the LCD display,
the bill acceptor(s), and the credit card reader
ON/OFF. To turn them back on and resume normal
operation, press the POWER button again.

The Rock-Star comes with an IR remote (located in


the Handy Pack). To install, plug the provided cable
into the provided IR remote receiver (see Figure 8-B)
and route the other end of the cable through one of
the wire access holes in the upper left corner of the
cabinet. Connect the end of the cable
into the port labeled VCU on the Computer Core.
Install the IR remote receiver above the jukebox, with
a clear line of sight between the receiver and the
handheld transmitter. Plug in and turn on the jukebox
and test the remote.

VOLUME
The CH1+ and CH2+ buttons raise the volume.
The CH1 and CH2 buttons lower the volume.
The PLAY button puts the jukebox in play mode.
The PAUSE button puts the jukebox in pause mode
for a programmed amount of minutes or until the
PLAY button is pushed.

CABLE CONNECTED TO
TOP OF RECEIVER

The AP OFF and AP ON buttons turn any


programmed Autoplay mode on/off.

RECEIVER SHOULD
BE INSTALLED WITH
SENSORS FACING FRONT

The FUTURE button is used to give a remote credit.


The VID SEL button is reserved for future use.

Figure 8-B IR Remote Receiver

Button Functionality on the IR Remote


Transmitter
To enable or disable options on the IR remote, see
IR Remote Setup in the Network Setup, Jukebox
Operation, Operator Setup Screens Manual.
The REJECT button is used to cancel (or Reject)
the selection currently playing and cancels all
(Rejects all) selections in the queue if held down for 4
seconds. This functionality can be enabled/disabled
through the software.

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Testing the Unit


Follow these steps to calibrate.
1. Press the CALIBRATE button on the Computer
Core (see Figure 1-B) to launch the calibration
program.
2. Close the jukebox door and make sure it is
locked.
3. Follow the directions on the screen, touching the
center of the targets, and then touching different
areas on the screen. If the cursor follows your
movement, touch YES to exit.

Initial Set Up
When all of the network connections have been
made, boot up the jukebox. The first time you turn on
the jukebox with a new hard drive, you will see the
Local Music Configuration Screen, which lists the
available local music configurations that can be
installed on the jukebox. You will be prompted to
select one of the available lists. This selection can
be changed at any time by pressing the SERVICE
button on the Computer Core, touching System
Setup -> Advanced Administration -> Local Music
Configuration.
Touch the View button to display a dialog box listing
all of the albums in the selected list. Some albums
may appear grayed out; this means that some or all
of the songs in the album are not currently stored on
this jukebox. If a list with grayed albums is installed,
the grayed albums will start being downloaded to the
jukebox within 24 hours (as long as the jukebox is
connected). If the jukebox becomes disconnected,
any songs not yet downloaded will be unavailable to
patrons.
Touch the Install button to display a dialog box
prompting you to install the selected list. To install
the selected list, touch the Install button at the bottom
of the dialog box.

Bill Acceptor(s) and Credit Card Reader


(NOTE: Credit Card functionality requires a
broadband Internet connection).
1. Press the SERVICE button on the Computer
Core to enter service mode.
2. Touch the Diagnostics button.
3. Touch Credit Device Tests.
4. To test the bill acceptor(s), insert a $1, $5, $10,
and $20 bill (into each bill acceptor, if the jukebox
has two) and check the screen to make sure
proper credit is awarded.
5. To test the credit card reader, swipe a valid credit
card and check that the screen displays the last 5
digits of the card.
6. When finished, touch the Back button to return to
the Main Menu.

Testing the Network


Enter the service mode by pressing and releasing the
SERVICE button on the Computer Core. To test
the network:
1. Touch the System Setup button and then touch
Advanced Administration.
2. On the Advanced Administration Screen, touch
Configure Server. Then touch the Test
Connection button. This test confirms the
jukebox can connect to AMIs server (Server
Found), and authenticate a connection with
AMIs server (Connected).
3. If the connection is successful, you will see Yes
next to Server Found and Connected. If the
connection fails, you will see No. If the
connection fails, check the settings on the
Network Information screen (Diagnostics >
Network Information). This screen will allow
you to check the IP Configuration and run LAN
and WAN tests.
4. Touch OK and continue with Testing the
Touchscreen.

Testing the Audio


NOTE: For operators pre-testing the jukebox in their
own facility, any features in the application
associated with the network will not work unless the
jukebox is connected to the Internet.
1. If the jukebox is not in service mode, press the
SERVICE button on the Computer Core to enter
service mode.
2. To add one (or more) credit(s) in order to play a
song and test the audio, touch Cash
Management
and
then
touch
Credit
Management.
3. Touch the box under Credits and a pop-up box
will display.
4. Touch Clear to remove the 0 from the box.
5. Touch 1 (or more) and then touch Update.
6. Touch Save on the Credit Management Screen.
7. Touch Exit Service Mode.
8. After connecting speakers to the jukebox (see
section C), play a local music selection to test the
audio.

Testing the Touchscreen, Bill Acceptor(s),


and Credit Card Reader
Touchscreen Every time a new hard drive is
installed, the touchscreen should be calibrated.
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LED Lighting Controller (Rock-Star Lx Only)


The LED Control Assembly in the Rock-Star Lx (see
Figure 10-B) controls all of the decorative lighting for the
jukebox. It controls 56 separate ultra-bright RGB LEDs.
The LED Control Assembly provides adjustments for the
following features:
1. Choice of 10 different color and pattern settings.
2. Music Beat Sensitivity (audio cable needed for
operation)
3. Flashing Rate (Speed)
4. Brightness

SPEED
BRIGHTNESS
DIP SWITCHES
MUSIC

Speed (Flash Rate)


The Speed (flash rate) can be adjusted from very
rapid to approximately once every 2 seconds.
Figure 10-B LED Control Assembly

This Speed control affects the Rainbow Effect, Color


Cycle, and Beat to the Music Modes, but none of the
Single Color Modes.

Color and Light Pattern Settings


When the jukebox is in standby, the perimeter lighting
can operate in one of 10 different patterns as outlined
in the table below.

To adjust the flash rate, turn the Speed dial


counterclockwise to make the flash rate slower, and
clockwise to make it faster.

Four DIP Switches are used to set the various


lighting patterns. This will set the pattern that is seen
when the jukebox is muted (in standby) or if music is
playing but the MUSIC control is set to its fully
counterclockwise position. See the table below for
DIP switch settings.

Brightness
Turn the Brightness control counterclockwise to make
the LEDs dimmer, and clockwise to make them
brighter.

Music Beat Sensitivity for LEDs

Note: When changing from one pattern to another,


the new pattern will be start only after the old pattern
has finished its complete cycle and is about to restart
at the beginning.

(an audio cable is needed for this operation)


The MUSIC control sets the Music Beat Sensitivity.
The Speed control also has an effect on this
adjustment; generally the faster the Speed control is
set, the less influence the music will have on the
LEDs. It is recommended to have a relatively slow
speed setting so the music will have a greater
influence on the LEDs.
To adjust the Music Beat Sensitivity, make a
selection. When it starts playing and you hear the
music, rotate the SPEED control completely
counterclockwise and the MUSIC control completely
clockwise.
Slowly turn the MUSIC control
counterclockwise to adjust the Music Beat Pattern.
Then adjust the SPEED control clockwise until you
achieve the desired effect.
If you do not want the LEDs to flash to the music,
rotate the MUSIC control fully counterclockwise.

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SW1

SW2

SW3

SW4

Pattern
Rainbow Effect
(fades from one color to the
Color Cycle (Aqua, Purple,
Blue, Yellow, Green, Red)
This pattern is used when
Beat to the Music is active
and a song is playing.
Single Color Blue/Green
(Aqua)
Single Color Red/Blue
(Purple)

Off

Off

Off

Off

Off

Off

Off

On

Off

Off

On

Off

Off

Off

On

On

Off

On

Off

Off

Single Color Blue

Off

On

Off

On

Single Color Red/Green


(Yellow)

Off

On

On

Off

Single Color Green

Off

On

On

On

Single Color Red

On

Off

Off

Off

Dimmed White

On

Off

Off

On

Flashing White

Section C Sound System Set Up


Extension Speaker Operation
Selecting Speaker Power
Extension Speaker Worksheets
Speaker Connection Diagrams
Connecting the Volume Control Unit

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Sound System Set Up


See the included manual Network Setup, Jukebox Operation, Operator Setup Screens if you
have any questions about setting up the Network or the jukebox for operation.
AMI Entertainment supports 2 electrically equivalent Output Transformer Assemblies.

Low Impedance Speaker Taps


70 Volt Speaker Taps

Rock-Ola 70251-A Audio


Distribution Transformer
T1, T3, T4, T5, T6, T7
Left + , Right +

Rowe 40832115
Output Transformer
E1, E2, E3, E4, E5, E6, E7
Ch1 A1, A2, Ch2 A1, A2

Figure 1-C Supported Output Transformer Assemblies

Extension Speaker Operation


To avoid poor sound quality, care must be taken when adding extension speakers. The following
requirements must be met:
Speakers connected to the Output Transformer Assembly must be wired so the power consumed by
the extension speakers does not exceed the amplifier power rating of 500 watts per channel.
An Output Transformer Assembly has:

two transformers

two 7- or 8-position terminal strips for low impedance speakers marked E1 through E7 or T1
through T7

one 4-position terminal strip for 70-volt speakers marked Ch1 A1-A2, Ch 2 A1-A2, or Left +/,
Right +/ (see Figure 5-C or 6-C).

Speakers connected across terminals E1 to E7 or T1 to T7 bypass the transformer and are


driven directly by an amplifier channel.

Each transformer provides 70V terminals for driving 70V speakers, and provides taps (E1-E6
or T1-T6) for driving extension speakers at a lower volume. The power consumed by
speakers driven by a transformer must not exceed the transformer rating of 125 watts per
channel.
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The power consumed by all connected speakers must not exceed the channel rating of 500
watts. For example, each channel could drive 375 watts directly from the amplifier (E1 to E7
or T1 to T7), and the remaining 125 watts through the transformer (lower taps and 70V
terminals). See Figure 2-C, 3-C, or 4-C.

Complete the Extension Speaker Worksheet (Tables 3-1 through 3-4) for each channel and
verify it does not exceed the 125-watt transformer rating and the 500-watt amplifier channel
rating. After wiring the speakers, perform the Amplifier Overload Check immediately following
Table 3-5.
All speakers must be connected with the correct polarity (see Figure 2-C, 3-C, or 4-C).

For Rowe floor model jukeboxes using 40832115 Output Transformer Assembly
Channel 1 E1-E7 output is reversed with respect to channel 2 E1 to E7 output. This reversal is
necessary to extend monaural sound in a stereo jukebox system. Because of this reversal, speaker
connections to channel 1 must be reversed when compared to channel 2, except for 70V speaker
connections. See Figure 2-C for the correct polarity hookup of extension speakers. If the (+) and (-)
terminals are not wired properly, the speakers will be out of phase, causing a reduction in low
frequencies (bass).
For Rowe wall model jukeboxes using 40832115 Output Transformer Assembly
Channel 1 E1-E7 output is in phase with channel 2 E1-E7output. The speaker connections for
channel 1 speakers are in phase with channel 2 speakers. The 70V phasing is reversed inside the
output transformers. See Figure 3-C for correct polarity hookup of extension speakers. If the (+) and
(-) terminals are not wired properly, the speakers will be out of phase, causing a reduction in low
frequencies (bass).
For Rock-Ola model jukeboxes using 70251-A Audio Distribution Assembly
Channel 1 T1-T7 output is in phase with channel 2 T1-T7 output. The speaker connections for
channel 1 speakers are in phase with channel 2 speakers. The 70V Ch1 and Ch2 outputs are in
phase with Ch1 and Ch2 T1-T7 outputs. See Figure 4-C for correct polarity hookup of extension
speakers. If the (+) and (-) terminals are not wired properly, the speakers will be out of phase, causing
a reduction in low frequencies (bass).

70-Volt Speakers
To avoid prohibitive cable losses on long speaker lines (over 100 feet), use 70 V speakers. The
power level in the 70 V speakers is set at each speaker. For each channel, 125 watts are provided for
70 V speakers by terminal connections on the audio output transformer assembly.

Low Impedance Speakers


Low impedance speakers (8- or 4-ohm) can be used when the connecting cable is less than 100 feet.
Keep the following two things in mind when wiring your speakers:
1. No more than one 4-ohm speaker should be connected to a speaker line. If several 4-ohm
speakers are to be used, each speaker should have its own line.
2. The loss in 100 feet of 18-gauge zip-cord feeding on an 8-ohm speaker is 15%. The loss for two
8-ohm speakers is 30%.

Selecting Speaker Power


General Instructions
This section will lead you through the power and speaker selection process. This process consists of
three major steps and several smaller steps. The major steps are:
1. Identify the extension speakers and compute the speaker power for speakers connected:
a. directly across the amplifier (E1 to E7, or T1 to T7)
b. connected to the 70V taps
c. to lower power taps on the transformer (E1 through E6, or T1 through T6).
2. Make the extension speaker connections.
3. Perform an amplifier overload check (see instructions immediately following Table 3-6).
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Selection Procedures

Use a pencil (you may want to revise your figures) to fill in the Extension Speaker Worksheet on the
following pages.

Extension speakers are available in two general categories: general purpose speakers (4- and 8ohm), and 70V speakers. Power level in 70V speakers is set at each speaker.

Use the Tables 1-1 through 1-4 Worksheets to help you calculate the amount of power consumed by
the extension speakers.
An extension speaker RMS power rating should be at least 10% higher than the power it will
consume at maximum jukebox volume.

When RMS power to speaker


at maximum jukebox volume is:

Then recommended RMS power


rating of speaker is:

250 watts
125 watts
62.5 watts
31.25 watts

300 watts
150 watts
75 watts
40 watts

Table 1-1 Extension Speaker Worksheet


Sheet 1

Extension Speakers Connected E1 to E7 or T1 to T7


Place the quantity of speakers in the blank under Qty and multiply the quantity times the power
consumption. Place your results in the blank under Total.

Qty
CH 1

Two 8-ohm speakers in series:


(31.25 watts to each speaker)
Two 4-ohm speakers in series:
(62.5 watts to each speaker)
8-ohm speakers:
4-ohm speakers:

Total
CH 2

CH 1

CH 2

____

____ at 62.5 watts per series =

____

____ watts

____

____ at 125 watts per series =

____

____ watts

____
____

____ at 125 watts each =


____ at 250 watts each =

____
____

____ watts
____ watts

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Table 1-2 Extension Speaker Worksheet


Sheet 2

4-Ohm Speakers Connected To Transformer Taps E1 through E6 or T1 through T6


Place the quantity of speakers in the blank under Qty and multiply the quantity times the power
consumption. Place your results in the blank under Total.

4-Ohm Speakers connected to Channel 1 transformer taps:


Connections
Qty
Speakers for the 1-watt taps:
Speakers for the 4-watt taps:
Speakers for the 16-watt taps:
Speakers for the 24-watt taps:
Speakers for the 36-watt taps:
Speakers for the 42-watt taps:
Speakers for the 49-watt taps:
Speakers for the 64-watt taps:
Speakers for the 100-watt
taps:
Speakers for the 121-watt
taps:

70251-A

40832115

(N/A)
(T1 to T3)
(T1 to T4)
(T4 to T5)
(N/A)
(T1 to T5)
(N/A)
(T1 to T6)
(N/A)

(E1 to E2)
(E1 to E3)
(E1 to E4)
(N/A)
(E3 to E5)
(N/A)
(E2 to E5)
(E1 to E5)
(E3 to E6)

____ at 1 watt each


=
____ at 4 watts each =
____ at 16 watts each =
____ at 24 watts each =
____ at 36 watts each =
____ at 42 watts each =
____ at 49 watts each =
____ at 64 watts each =
____ at 100 watts each =

____watts
____watts
____watts
____watts
____watts
____watts
____watts
____watts
____watts

(N\A)

(E2 to E6)

____ at 121 watts each =

____watts

4-Ohm Speakers connected to Channel 2 transformer taps:


Connections
Qty
Speakers for the 1-watt taps:
Speakers for the 4-watt taps:
Speakers for the 16-watt taps:
Speakers for the 24-watt taps:
Speakers for the 36-watt taps:
Speakers for the 42-watt taps:
Speakers for the 49-watt taps:
Speakers for the 64-watt taps:
Speakers for the 100-watt
taps:
Speakers for the 121-watt
taps:

Total

Total

70251-A

40832115

(N/A)
(T1 to T3)
(T1 to T4)
(T4 to T5)
(N/A)
(T1 to T5)
(N/A)
(T1 to T6)
(N/A)

(E1 to E2)
(E1 to E3)
(E1 to E4)
(N/A)
(E3 to E5)
(N/A)
(E2 to E5)
(E1 to E5)
(E3 to E6)

____ at 1 watt each


=
____ at 4 watts each =
____ at 16 watts each =
____ at 24 watts each =
____ at 36 watts each =
____ at 42 watts each =
____ at 49 watts each =
____ at 64 watts each =
____ at 100 watts each =

____watts
____watts
____watts
____watts
____watts
____watts
____watts
____watts
____watts

(N\A)

(E2 to E6)

____ at 121 watts each =

____watts

(Continued on next page)

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Table 1-3 Extension Speaker Worksheet


Sheet 3

8-Ohm Speakers Connected To Transformer Taps E1 through E6 or T1 through T6


Place the quantity of speakers in the blank under Qty and multiply the quantity times the power
consumption. Place your results in the blank under Total.

8-Ohm Speakers connected to channel 1 transformer taps


Connections
Speakers for the .5-watt taps:
Speakers for the 2-watt taps:
Speakers for the 8-watt taps:
Speakers for the 12-watt taps:
Speakers for the 18-watt taps:
Speakers for the 21-watt taps:
Speakers for the 24-watt taps:
Speakers for the 32-watt taps:
Speakers for the 50-watt taps:
Speakers for the 72-watt taps:
Speakers for the 95-watt taps:

70251-A

40832115

(N/A)
(T1 to T3)
(T1 to T4)
(T4 to T5)
(N/A)
(T1 to T5)
(N/A)
(T1 to T6)
(N/A)
(N\A)
(N\A)

(E1 to E2)
(E1 to E3)
(E1 to E4)
(N/A)
(E3 to E5)
(N/A)
(E2 to E5)
(E1 to E5)
(E3 to E6)
(E1 to E6)
(E3 to E7)

Qty

Total

____ at .5 watt each


=
____ at 2 watts each =
____ at 8 watts each =
____ at 12 watts each =
____ at 18 watts each =
____ at 21 watts each =
____ at 24 watts each =
____ at 32 watts each =
____ at 50 watts each =
____ at 72 watts each =
____ at 95 watts each =

____watts
____watts
____watts
____watts
____watts
____watts
____watts
____watts
____watts
____watts
____watts

8-Ohm Speakers connected to channel 2 transformer taps


Connections
Speakers for the .5-watt taps:
Speakers for the 2-watt taps:
Speakers for the 8-watt taps:
Speakers for the 12-watt taps:
Speakers for the 18-watt taps:
Speakers for the 21-watt taps:
Speakers for the 24-watt taps:
Speakers for the 32-watt taps:
Speakers for the 50-watt taps:
Speakers for the 72-watt taps:
Speakers for the 95-watt taps:

70251-A

40832115

(N/A)
(T1 to T3)
(T1 to T4)
(T4 to T5)
(N/A)
(T1 to T5)
(N/A)
(T1 to T6)
(N/A)
(E1 to E5)
(N\A)

(E1 to E2)
(E1 to E3)
(E1 to E4)
(N/A)
(E3 to E5)
(N/A)
(E2 to E5)
(E1 to E5)
(E3 to E6)
(E1to E6)
(E3 to E7)

(Continued on next page)

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Qty

Total

____ at .5 watt each


=
____ at 2 watts each =
____ at 8 watts each =
____ at 12 watts each =
____ at 18 watts each =
____ at 21 watts each =
____ at 24 watts each =
____ at 32 watts each =
____ at 50 watts each =
____ at 72 watts each =
____ at 95 watts each =

____watts
____watts
____watts
____watts
____watts
____watts
____watts
____watts
____watts
____watts
____watts

Table 1-4 Extension Speaker Worksheet


Sheet 4
Combine power consumption of all speakers:
Channel 1
Channel 2
Connected E1 to E7
Sum of tapped and
70-Volt A1, A2 must
Tapped 4-Ohm
not exceed 125 watts per
Tapped 8-Ohm
channel.
70-Volt A1, A2
Channel 1
Totals:

Channel 2
+

Grand Total
=

1. The Grand Total is the amount of power that the jukebox will need to supply to the extension
speakers. If the Channel 1 Total or the Channel 2 Total is more than 438 watts, you must reduce
the power used by that channels extension speakers, and then recalculate that channels power
consumed. The jukebox internal speakers consume 62 watts per channel (factory wiring). This
leaves (500-62.5) 437.5 watts per channel for extension speakers.
2. Floor model speaker power configurations
For Rowe floor model jukeboxes: The jukebox wires to change are the Violet (Channel 1)
and the Pink (Channel 2) on the Output Transformer Assembly. Use Table 3-5 as a guide to
select the power used by the jukebox.

Table 1-5 Jukebox Speaker Power


Select the speaker taps for the internal jukebox speakers.
You may select more or less jukebox speaker power to suit your jukebox volume needs.
Speaker Power

Jukebox Speaker Connections

.25
Violet connects to Channel 1 E2, Pink connects to Channel 2 E2.
1
Violet connects to Channel 1 E3, Pink connects to Channel 2 E3.
4
Violet connects to Channel 1 E4, Pink connects to Channel 2 E4.
16
Violet connects to Channel 1 E5, Pink connects to Channel 2 E5.
36
Violet connects to Channel 1 E6, Pink connects to Channel 2 E6.
62.5
Violet connects to Channel 1 E7, Pink connects to Channel 2 E7.
The Black or Black/White wires are on the Channel 1 and Channel 2 E1 terminals.

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Rock-Ola Floor Model Jukeboxes: The jukebox wires to change are the White (Channel 1)
and the Red (Channel 2) on the Output Transformer Assembly. Use Table 1-6 as a guide to
select the power used by the jukebox.

Table 1-6 - Jukebox Speaker Power (Rock-Ola Floor Models Only)


Select the speaker taps for the internal jukebox speakers.
You may select more or less jukebox speaker power to suit your jukebox volume needs.
Speaker Power Jukebox Speaker Connections
1
White connects to Channel 1 T3, Red connects to Channel 2 T3.
4
White connects to Channel 1 T4, Red connects to Channel 2 T4.
11
White connects to Channel 1 T5, Red connects to Channel 2 T5.
16
White connects to Channel 1 T6, Red connects to Channel 2 T6.
62.5
White connects to Channel 1 T7, Red connects to Channel 2 T7.
The Black wires are on the Channel 1 and Channel 2 T1 terminals.
NOTE: In any speaker installation, the total RMS speaker load (the sum of all power
to all speakers) must not exceed 500 watts per channel. It is strongly recommended
that Efficient extension speakers be used.
3

When you have reached a satisfactory combination of speakers and speaker power
consumption, connect the T1 to T7 speakers and the 70V speakers + to -. Then use the
Connections column as a guide to wire the tapped T1 through T6 speakers.

Amplifier Overload Check


Check that the amplifier is not overloaded by performing the following four steps:
1. Make sure that the extension speakers are connected to the audio output transformer terminals
properly (E1 through E7, and A1, A2) or (T1 through T7 and CH1 + - and CH2 + -).
2. While music is playing, if the yellow CLIP LEDs on the amplifier stay OFF or flicker in a random
manner, the load is acceptable.
3. If one or both yellow CLIP LEDs is always lit or flickers continuously, the amplifier is overloaded
and will shut down, and you must perform Step 4.
If a red OVERLOAD LED on the amplifier flickers, the amplifier is overloaded and will shut down.
You must perform Step 4 below.
4. Do this step only if a CLIP or OVERLOAD LED came on as described in Step 3. Find the source
of the overload (shorted speaker wires, too many speakers connected, or speaker power taps too
high in total wattage). After you fix the short, disconnect a few speakers or lower the speaker
power tap selection to reduce the wattage, then repeat Step 2.

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Figure 2-C Speaker Connections Rowe Floor Models


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Figure 2-C (continued) Speaker Connections Rowe Floor Models


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Figure 4-C Speaker Connections Rowe Wall-Mounted Jukebox

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Figure 4-C (continued) Speaker Connections Rowe Wall-Mounted Jukebox


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Figure 5C Speaker Connections Rock-Ola

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Figure 5C (continued) Speaker Connections Rock-Ola


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Figure 6C Audio Output Transformer Wiring Diagram (#40832115)

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Figure 7-C Audio Distribution Assembly Wiring Diagram (70251-A)

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Speaker Synopsis
1000 Watts of RMS Power per Amplifier or 500 Watts per Channel.
The generic speaker wiring diagrams cover 6 to 18 speakers.
These speakers are expensive, providing a lot of sound in a localized area, which does not
always optimize the room sound. If you perform power calculations on these speakers, you will
note that we are recommending a higher rating than absolutely necessary. This is to provide a
safety factor and will also provide extended life for the speakers.
The best way to distribute the sound is by adding more speakers.
Using these diagrams as a guide, you will readily see how many different schemes can be
achieved. Keep in mind that you can also disconnect the internal jukebox speakers giving you
even more freedom with external speakers. The key things to keep in mind are: the load on each
channel must be less than 500 watts, and the maximum you can connect via the Output
Transformers (any connections not across E1 and E7 or T1 and T7) is 125 Watts per channel.
Figure 8C through 10C cover the Rowe Floor Models.
Figure 11C through 12C cover the Rowe Wall-Mounted Models.
Figure 13C through 15C cover the Rock-Ola Models.
Connections to an optional second amplifier are done following the guidelines as for those where
the internal jukebox speakers are disconnected.

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Figure 8-C External Speakers with Jukebox Speakers Connected to E1 E7 Rowe Floor Model

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Figure 9-C Ten speakers with Jukebox Speakers Connected to E3 E7 Rowe Floor Model

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Figure 10-C Low Voltage and 70V Speakers with Jukebox Speakers Connected to E1 E7
Rowe Floor Model

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Figure 11-C Ten Speaker Connected to E1 E7 Rowe Wall-Mounted Model

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Figure 12-C Low Voltage and 70V Speaker Connection to E1 E7 Wall-Mounted Model

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Figure 13-C External Speaker Connection with Jukebox speakers connected to E1 E7 Rock-Ola

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Figure 14-C Ten Speakers with Jukebox Speakers Connected to T3T7 Rock-Ola

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Figure 15-C Low Voltage and 70V Speakers with Jukebox Speakers Connected to
T1-T7 Rock-Ola

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Figure 16-C Volume Control Unit

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Figure 17-C Volume Connections Using Existing 3-Wire or 4-Wire Cable


6 Conductor Modular Wall Jack Radio Shack Model LT-468 Catalog #279-005

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Section D Service & Maintenance


Routine Maintenance Schedule

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Recommended Routine Maintenance


4. Slide the bill stacker back on the bill acceptor.
Be sure the green light is on (for MEI, make
sure the green lights/arrows are flashing).
5. Close and lock the front door.

Heat is the biggest enemy of electronic


components. Proper maintenance is essential for
maximum earnings and reliability.
It is very important to keep all cooling fans clean.
Once dust and dirt is visible on a cooling fan, the
airflow is reduced by at least 25%. There are several
cooling fans in the cabinet (see Figure 1-D).

Minor Service
Perform a minimum of every 3 months if operating
more than 14 hours per day, operating where
smoking is allowed, or is otherwise in a dusty
environment. Perform a minimum of every 6 months
if operated less than 14 hours per day and in a very
clean environment. You will need a new, soft 2
paintbrush*.
1. Gently brush* dirt from the cabinet cooling
fan. Verify fan operation.
2. Brush* dirt from the amplifier fan. Verify fan
operation.
3. Check the operation of the CPU fan from the
Health Status Screen.
4. Listen to the CPU fan for excessive noise or
vibration.
5. Clean the bill acceptor with an approved
cleaning card.
6. Clean the Credit Card Reader with an
approved cleaning card.
7. Clean and calibrate the touchscreen (see the
next page for calibration instructions).

Recommended preventative maintenance


Routine Service
The following steps take about 3 minutes and should
be performed at each collection.
1. Check the CPU fan from the Health Status
Screen.
2. Visually inspect the Cabinet Fan for operation.
Ensure that air is blowing out and the fan looks
clean.
3. Visually inspect the amplifier fan for operation.
It should be spinning at a low speed if not
playing, and a higher speed if playing.
4. Be sure that nothing is resting on top of a wall
unit or otherwise blocking the airflow around
any machine.

AMPLIFIER
FAN

Cleaning the Touchscreen


Any standard glass cleaner can be used to clean the
touchscreen. Always spray the glass cleaner on the
cloth or towel and not directly on the touchscreen.
Glass cleaner sprayed directly on the screen could
possibly leak inside and cause damage.
Cleaning the Door Panel
The door panel is made of polycarbonate. We
recommend cleaning with a mild cleaner and a soft
cloth to avoid scratching the surface.

CPU FAN
INSIDE

Annual Service

CABINET
FAN

The following steps should be performed every year


in addition to everything in the minor service section.
1. Vacuum the interior of the cabinet and fans.
2. Inspect the power cord for fraying or damage.
3. Check the power ground.
4. Check all LAN connections and wiring.
5. Listen to all speakers to make sure they are
operating correctly.

Figure 1-D Inside View of Cabinet


Collecting from the Bill Acceptor
1. Unlock and open the front door.
2. To remove the bill stacker, slide the tab on the
bottom of the bill acceptor towards the front
door and pull the stacker down.
3. Open the side door on the bill stacker to
remove the cash.

Scheduled maintenance always costs less time


and money than an unscheduled breakdown.

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Calibrating the Touchscreen

Hard Drive Replacement

Every time a new hard drive is installed, the


touchscreen should be calibrated. Follow these
steps to calibrate.

1. Turn off and unplug the jukebox.


2. Loosen the thumbscrew securing the cover
on the Computer Core and slide it off (see
Figure 5-D).

1. Press the CALIBRATE button on the


Computer Core (see Figure 2-D) to launch
the calibration program (see Figure 3-D).

THUMBSCREW SECURING
COMPUTER CORE COVER

THUMBSCREWS
SECURING
HARD DRIVE
TO BRACKET

CALIBRATE

PLASTIC
BRACKET
GUIDES

Figure 5-D Computer Core

Figure 3-D Computer Core

3. Carefully slide the hard drive tray out of the


assembly as far as cabling will allow.
4. Disconnect the SATA power and data
cables from the drive.
5. Remove the two thumbscrews securing the
hard drive to the tray.
6. Secure the new hard drive to the tray using
the same 2 thumbscrews.
7. Connect the SATA power and data cables to
the new hard drive.
8. Slide the hard drive assembly back into the
plastic bracket guides in the Computer Core.
Make sure not to pinch any cables while
doing so.
9. Replace the Computer Core cover and
secure it with the existing thumbscrew.

Figure 4-D Calibration Screen


1. Close the jukebox door and make sure it is
locked.
2. Follow the directions on the screen, touching
the center of the targets, and then touching
different areas on the screen. If the cursor
follows your movement, touch YES to exit.

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Section E Parts Catalog


Front Door
Bill Acceptor Assemblies
Inside and Outside Cabinet
LCD Assembly
Electronic Components
Accessories

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Rock-Star Lx Front Door


12

18

17

16

27
32
20
11

See "Bill
Acceptor
Assemblies"
for parts
details

2
31

24

18
12
OUTSIDE VIEW
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Rock-Star Lx Front Door

INSIDE VIEW
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Rock-Star Lx Front Door


22
3
27

12

7
29

22 35

27

22

7
1

29

32

11

17

27 8
20

29
7
24

5 25

SECTION A-A
A

27

INSIDE VIEW SHOWN WITHOUT BACK COVER, LCD & BRACKET ASSEMBLY
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Rock-Star Lx Front Door

Ref.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20*
21*
22*
23*
24
25*
26*
27*
28*
29*
30*
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40*
41

Qty.
1
1
5
2
1
1
6
2
1
1
4
4
1
1
1
1
1
2
1
4
4
16
1
1
3
4
31
2
34
2
1
2
2
5
12
1
1
1
3
1
1

Part #
61194001
34099501
34098501
22312001
34098901
22317001
22314001
22315001
22311001
22318001
89973724
61333
34099101
22164607
61194401
40981102
40981101
61297
61195401
HW3252
87841600
87842300
87843000
61194601
80403003
80443012
80393007
28277901
80493008
80443012
22185301
22309002
70121724
70500004
70120019
25156910
22213801
22140920
70800101
58923-A-LF
70093401

Description
Bezel 32" Display
Bezel Card Reader
Bracket Display Clamp
Bracket Latch Hook
Bracket Light Block
Bracket LED Mounting
Bracket Panel Retainer
Bracket Hinge Reinforcement
Bracket Roller
Bracket Front Door Strut
Carriage Bolt #10-24 x 1 - 1/2
Casting Corner
CBA Triple LED 200MA
CBA White LED
Cover Back
EXT. Right Side
Extrusion Left Side
Extrusion Top/Bottom
LCD & Bracket Assembly
Nut #10-24 Keps Hex*
Nut #4-40 Keps Hex*
Nut #6-32 Keps Hex MS*
Nut #8-32 Hex MS, Keps*
Panel Front Door
Screw #8-32 X 3/16 PH PHMS S.F.*
Screw #8-32 X 3/4 Hex WHM*
Screw #8-32 X 7/16 FHPS*
Screw M3 X 6 Phil/Pan Head*
Screw #8-32 X 1/2 Phil/Pan Head*
Screw -#8-32 X 5/8 Phillips FH SF*
Credit Card Reader
Slip Hinge Female
Spacer
Support Circuit Board
Washer Heavy
Washer Shoulder
Wheel
Ribbon Cable Assembly
Tie Wrap
Ground Jumper
Cable Clamp

*Components not shown in drawing.


For harness part numbers, refer to the Connection Diagrams.

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Rock-Star Front Door

26

12

19

13
14
15

24

16

23

17

25
2
3
4
5

6
7
See "Bill
Acceptor
Assemblies"

14

8
9
10
11

Ref.

Qty.

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13

2
4
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
1

Part #

Description

61297
61333
61296
61929-LF
61648-A-LF
61196601
61332
61357
61983-A-LF
61407-01
61399-1A-LF
22309002
40982901

Extrusion, Top / bottom


Corner, die cast
Extrusion, side
Monitor, 19, Mungsube
Monitor Bezel
Front Door Panel
DBA Bezel
Credit Card Reader Bezel
Credit Card Reader, USB
Card Reader Decal
Credit card mounting plate
Hinge Female
Extrusion Side, Hinge

18
19
20
21
12
22

Ref.

Qty.

14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26

2
10
1
4
1
2
2
8
2
1
1
2
1

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Part #

Description

34101502
61339
61665-LF
61347-LF
34101301
34101501
61359-LF
60757-LF
61400-A-LF
40967101
34101401
60054-LF
59997-A

Lamp Bracket
Channel, Rubber,
Monitor Frame
Bracket, 19.915 Long
Bracket-Lamp Strap
Lamp Bracket
Bill Acceptor Bracket
Socket, T-5, Snap-In
Credit Card Bracket
Bracket, Monitor Power
Bracket, Latch
Lamp, Fluorescent. 21"
Ballast & Cable Assembly

Bill Acceptor Assemblies


7
1

4
5
2

22316001 Single MEI Bill Acceptor (700 bill)


Ref. Qty.
Part #
Description
1
1
22135613 B/A MEI Downstack
2
1
34098701 Bezel MEI B/A
3
1
34098801 Blockout B/A
4
2
40981201 Bracket B/A Mounting
5
1
22320202 Gasket MEI B/A

22316003 Single Coinco Bill Acceptor (700 bill)


Ref. Qty.
Part #
Description
1
1
22135614 B/A Coinco Downstack
2
1
34098601 Bezel Coinco B/A
3
1
34098801 Blockout B/A
4
2
40981201 Bracket B/A Mounting
5
1
22320201 Gasket Coinco B/A

22316002 Dual MEI Bill Acceptors (700 bill)


Ref. Qty.
Part #
Description
1
2
22135613 B/A MEI Downstack
2
2
34098701 Bezel MEI B/A
3
1
34098801 B/A Blockout
4
2
40981201 Bracket B/A Mounting
5
2
22320202 Gasket MEI B/A
Dual B/A Harness
6
2
34022338
(not shown)
7
1
34100001 CBA & Cover Assembly

22316004 Dual Coinco Bill Acceptors (700 bill)


Ref. Qty.
Part #
Description
1
2
22135614 B/A Coinco Downstack
2
2
34098601 Bezel Coinco B/A
3
1
34098801 B/A Blockout
4
2
40981201 Bracket B/A Mounting
5
2
22320201 Gasket Coinco B/A
Dual B/A Harness
6
2
34022338
(not shown)
7
1
34100001 CBA & Cover Assembly

Page 50

Inside and Outside Cabinet


1

2
17

16

18

15

4
14
19
5
20
13
12
6
7, 8, 9, 10

11

INSIDE CABINET

LOCK PARTS

Page 51

Inside and Outside Cabinet

21

22

21

23

OUTSIDE CABINET

Ref.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12

Part #
ST-11530
70251-A
40737826
ST-11527
40982101
21581801
60820-LF
60809-A-LF
21895504
40982401
22320701
40976901

Description
Bushing, Wire Access Holes
Audio Distribution Assembly
Power Transformer
Hex Bolt -13 x
Power Supply
ATX Reset Button
Fan
Fan Filter Housing (2 places)
Fan Grill (2 places)
Fan Bracket
Power In Transfer Box Assy.
Lighting Controller (Lx Only)

Ref.
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23

Page 52

Part #
61197001
61170003
40982601
28280004
22321201
34100601
22321101
34100501
59953-LF
59944-LF
58620-LF

Description
Computer Core Assembly
Amplifier
Pre-Amplifier
Router
Lock Catch (2 pl)
Lock Arm
Lock Cam
Lock Arm Short
Spool, Aluminum (4 places)
Wall Bracket
Power Cord (not shown)

Rock-Star Lx LCD Assembly


9

4
8

1
5
6
2

FLANGE TO
THE OUTSIDE;
BOTH SIDES

OUTSIDE VIEW

Ref.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9

Qty.
2
2
6
2
6
24
8
1
1

Part #
61194201
61194301
40976601
40976602
28254502
70500004
70500006
61194701
22212820

INSIDE VIEW

Description
Display Mounting Bracket
LED CBA Mounting Bracket
Inner LED Lights Circuit Board Assembly
Outer LED Lights Circuit Board Assembly
M4 X 10 Phil Pan Head Screw
Circuit Board Support
Circuit Board Support
32 Touchscreen Display
Ribbon Cable Assembly

Page 53

Electronic Components
Power Supply Assembly 40982101
2

3
5
6
4

1
8
9

Ref. Qty.
Part #
Description
1
1 34099701 Circuit Board Assembly
2
6 21375903 Convenience Outlet - 3 Wire
3
1 22118703 Power Inlet IEC 320 C-14
4
1 70073618 Circuit Breaker 15 AMP
5
1 30785704 Rocker Switch (DPST)
6
1 22135405 Jumper Plug
7
1 61195601 Power Supply Cover

Ref. Qty.
Part #
Description
8
1 25241206 Circuit Board Insulator
9
4 80403006 #8-32 X 3/8 Phillips Screw
Components not shown above:
10
1 34099801 Power Supply Harness
11
2 87843000 #8-32 Keps Hex MS Nut
12
1 21963846 Wire & Terminal Assembly
13
2 21963845 Wire & Terminal Assembly

4-Channel Pre-Amplifier Assembly 40982601

Ref.
1
2
3

Page 54

Part #
40982701
61195201
80713008

Description
Cover
Circuit Board Assembly
#8-32 x Sems Hex Screws

Electronic Components
Computer Core Assembly 61197001
1

10

3
6
11

20

14
15
21
8
4

12

11

13
11
FASTENS
POWER
SUPPLY
7
Ref.

Qty.

Ref.

Qty.

22137302

Card Guide

12

40924212

Single Board Computer

34052406

Circuit Board Assembly


power on/reset/LEDs

13

61196902

Circuit Board Core I/O

34101101

Cover Top Left

14

22322102

Bracket PCI Modem/Blockout

40983501

Cover Top

15

80351608

#4-40 X 1/2 Phillips RD HMS

34039108

Fan with connector

16

22132250

22321501

Hard Drive Bracket

17

22132253

22219001
22219002

U.S. Hard Drive


Canadian Hard Drive

18

22132252

19

22132255

20

22167704

For
Reference
Only

Part Number

61197101

Description

Computer Core Assembly


Housing
I/O Bezel (included with
item 12)

Part Number

87842300

Nut #6-32 Keps Hex MS

21

22167705

10

40952203

Power Supply

22

22132256

11

80402304

Screw #6-32 X 1/4


Phillips Head Machine

23

00710203

Page 55

Description

Cable Assembly DR Ribbon


(Not Shown)
Harness SATA Power (Not
Shown)
Harness SATA Data (Not
Shown)
Cable Assembly On/Reset
(Not Shown)
Label Computer Core
Connection Colors
Label Computer Core
Connectors
Cable Assembly COM2 to I/O
(Not Shown)
Sponge Rubber

Accessories
Part Number
22118912
21958306
40846302
34037905
58620-LF
22022611
70004-1A
62009-A-LF
ST-11327 (2)
60608-A

Description
Handy Pack (contains the following)
IR Transmitter
IR Receiver
IR Receiver Cable
Power Cord
Installation and Owners Manual
2-Channel Remote Control
Remote Control Cable
#8 x 1 1/2 Phillips Pan Head Screws for 2-Channel Remote
Lock Cam (Ace Lock)

62021-A
62022
ST-11149

Service Envelope (contains the following)


Warranty Card
Spade Connector

22200861
89986124 (4)
ST-04565-D
86663614

Small Parts Kit (contains the following)


Screw, Lag 1/4 x 1-1/2 Hex Head
8-32 x 1 Phillips Head Screw
#8 x 7/8 Type 17 Screw

02468

Wireless, RF Remote Control Kit

02476

4-Channel Wired Remote Control Kit

Optional Kits

Page 56

Section F Troubleshooting
LED Indicators
Troubleshooting Chart
Connection Diagrams
Contact Information

Page 57

LED Indicators
The LEDs are described below and can help you isolate a problem.
COMPUTER CORE ASSEMBLY +5VDC, +12VDC
STATUS LED
On Power Up (power applied to the Computer Core Assembly) this LED flashes 3 times.
RS485 RX LED
Should be flashing**. Flashes when the Pre-Amplifier receives a RL signal from one of the RS-485
bus devices. Appears almost continuously on (rate is more than 20 times per second).
RS485 TX LED
Should be flashing **. Flashes when Master Commands are sent from the Computer Core.
Appears almost continuously on (rate is more than 20 times per second).
IR RECEIVER LED
Flashes whenever any IR signal is seen by the IR RECEIVER. May flash due to ambient light.
HDD LED (RED)
This LED should be lit only when the hard drive is being accessed by the computer.
PWR LED (GREEN)
This should be lit whenever the jukebox is connected to 120 VAC service.
POWER SUPPLY ASSEMBLY
+12 VDC (RED)
4-CHANNEL PRE-AMPLIFIER
Power LED
Should be on. Indicates when all 4 voltages are present (+5 V, +8.5 V, +15 V, -15 V).
Status LED
On Power Up (Power applied to the 4-Channel Pre-Amplifier) this LED flashes 3 times.
Rowelink LED
Should be flashing. Flashes when the 4-Channel Pre-Amplifier sends an RL signal back to the
Computer Core. Rate is approximately twice per second. It may take several minutes for these
LEDs to start flashing after power up.
POWER AMPLIFIER
Yellow Clip LED
Should be off. If on, the input signal to the Power Amplifier is too high, which will cause the output
signal distortion to increase.
Red Overload LED
Should be off. If on, the speaker outputs are overloaded.

Page 58

Troubleshooting Charts
The best way to isolate a problem is to determine its cause. The following charts should help to narrow
down which module is failing and whether it can be fixed or it needs to be replaced.
Start with finding the Problem column that relates the closest to the problem you are experiencing and
then match it to the closest Symptom. There can be many Probable Causes listed for each Symptom.
The Probable Causes are listed in decreasing order of probability.
PROBLEM
Application
does not
boot up.

Jukebox will
not operate
when
powered ON.

SYMPTOM
At the first boot up screen,
Detecting IDE Primary
Master reports None.
The boot up process stops
at DISK BOOT FAILURE,
INSERT SYSTEM DISK
AND PRESS ENTER.
The LEDs on the front
door fail to light.

The LEDs come on, but


the application will not
boot.
The LCD
does not
work.

The computer fan is on


and all systems LEDs and
lights are normal.

The
touchscreen
does not
work.
The
touchscreen
will not
calibrate.

The application boots up,


but the touchscreen does
not respond to touch.
Nothing happens after
pressing the calibration
button.
The calibration program
runs, but will not respond
to touch.

No music
from
jukebox.

No sound from jukebox,


although the application
reports Now Playinga
New Song.

No sound from jukebox


and the application doesnt
appear to be playing the
song selected.

PROBABLE CAUSE
1. There is no hard drive in the computer.
2. The plugs are not completely seated in the hard drive.
3. The data cable or power cable has come loose from
the motherboard or hard drive.
1. There is no hard drive in the computer.
2. The data cable or power cable has come loose from
the motherboard or hard drive.
3. The hard drive is dead.
1. The plug is not completely inserted into the outlet.
2. The wall circuit is not hot.
3. The ON/OFF switch on the power supply is in the OFF
position.
4. The circuit breaker in power supply is open.
The system power supply or the LCD is defective or
unplugged.
1. The power plug, video cable, or LCD power supply
wiring is not seated completely.
2. The system power supply is defective.
3. The LCD is dead.
1. The USB cable is not seated completely at the LCD or
at the Computer Core.
2. The touchscreen is not calibrated.
3 The touchscreen is dead.
1. The USB cable plug is not fully seated at the LCD or at
the Computer Core.
2. The touchscreen is dead.
3. The motherboard in the Computer Core has failed.
1. The USB cable plug is not fully seated at the LCD or at
the Computer Core.
2. The touchscreen is dead.
3. The motherboard in the Computer Core has failed.
1. Volume control is turned all the way down.
2. Volume control is broken.
3. Audio cables are disconnected or loose from the
Computer Core or the pre-amp.
4. The amplifier is overloaded and shutdown.
5. The audio mode input routing or muting is configured
incorrectly.
1. There are no more credits available for play.
2. Reject song was activated.

Page 59

PROBLEM
Machine is
locked up
during
normal
runtime.
The bill
acceptor
does not
work.

SYMPTOM
Bill acceptor is taking
money but credits are not
accumulating, the
touchscreen is not
responsive, and I/O board
LEDs are not flashing.
The bill acceptor will not
accept a bill.

The green lights on the bill


acceptor are not flashing.

PROBABLE CAUSE
The Computer Core is locked up. Reboot it by pressing
and releasing the ATX Reset Switch.
If the Computer Core does not boot up, perform a
complete Power Down and Power Up.

1. The bill acceptor is full.


2. The bill box was not re-installed on the bill acceptor
correctly.
3. There is a jammed bill in the device.
4. The plugs are not inserted securely at the acceptor.
5. The bill acceptor is defective.
1. The cable is damaged at the acceptor.
2. The jukebox has disabled the bill acceptor. Put the
jukebox into normal operating mode.
3 The bill acceptor is defective.
1. The inside wiring installation appointment was not
scheduled.
2. The inside wiring installation has not occurred.
3. The line was not installed in the pre-selected location.
4. The line (jack) was not labeled by the technician.

Location
network line
not installed
in the
location.

There is no designated
broadband line installed in
the location.

Router does
not work.

When the power supply is


connected to the router,
nothing happens.

1. The AC power plug is not fully inserted in the receptacle


on the back of the router.
2. Router reset circuit in power supply is defective.
3. The wall plug is not hot.

The Link/Act # light (on


the front of the router)
does not light up when an
Ethernet cable is plugged
in the respective port.
The WAN light does not
light up.

1. The cable is loose at the Computer Core or router.


2. The jukebox is not powered on.
3. The Ethernet port is defective.

The Music
On
Demand
feature does
not work.

The feature has never


been available in the
location.

The feature was available,


but is no longer available.

1. The broadband connection is not plugged into the WAN


port.
2. The cable modem or DSL modem is not powered on.
1. There is no Ethernet cable connection between the
router and the jukebox.
2. The Ethernet cable is not fully seated in the port on the
Computer Core or in the back of the router.
3. The connection is loose between the installed line and
the router.
4. The cable is bad.
5. The Internet line is down.
6. The hard drive trigger code was not entered.
1. The connection has become loose between the router
and the jukebox.
2. The connection has become loose between the installed
line (jack) and the router.
3. All the lights on the front of the router are ON.
4. The router was shut off or lost power.
5. The Internet service provider (ISP) is down.
6. The AMI Entertainment server is down.

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Page 61

Connection Diagrams
TO CUSTOMER PROVIDED
EQUIPMENT OR LOCAL LAN

28280004
4-PORT WIRELESS
ROUTER
WAN PORT

TO RJ45 ETHERNET ON
CORE COMPUTER
1

ETHERNET CABLE
COMES WITH ROUTER

POWER PLUG

POWER CABLE
COMES WITH ROUTER

2
LAN PORTS
3

61194701
32" FLAT PANEL
DISPLAY AND
TOUCH SCREEN

TO USB ON
CORE COMPUTER
B

34068708

USB TOUCH CONTROL

VGA VIDEO

61138123
TO VGA ON
CORE COMPUTER

120 VAC POWER

TO USB ON
CORE COMPUTER

22185301
CREDIT CARD READER

21121240

CANCEL

TO 6 BUTTON REMOTE (Red)


ON CORE COMPUTER
INT

62009-A-LF

EXT

21958306
TRANSMITTER
POWER

70004-1A WIRED REMOTE


TO IR REMOTE (Y ellow)
ON CORE COMPUTER

40846302
IR
RECEIVER

34037905

ROCKSTAR LX (CJE)
MACHINE SCHEMATIC
PAGE 1

ROCK-STAR LX WIRING DIAGRAM (PAGE 1)

Page 62

OPTIONAL
DUAL BA INSTALL
BL

34095701

TO BILLS (White) ON
CORE COMPUTER
NC 1
NC 2
GND 3
OOS
4
+5 V
5
NC 6
CREDIT 7
ESCROW 8
ENABLE 9
DATA 10

BL

1
2
3
4
5
6

BL
Y
B
G/Y
W

7
8
9
10
11
12

1
2
3
4
5
6

7
8
9
10
11
12

1
2
3
4
5
6

22135613
MEI AE2681D7EUS
-- OR -22135614
COINCO VL61D47US01

34022338

Y
BL

PINS 6 & 10 KEYED


B
G/Y
W
120 VAC

7
8
9
10
11
12

7
8
9
10
11
12

1
2
3
4
5
6

7
8
9
10
11
12

1
2
3
4
5
6

1
2
3
4
5
6

BL
Y
B
G/Y
W

22135613
MEI AE2681D7EUS
-- OR -22135614
COINCO VL61D47US01

34022338

1
2
3
4
5
6

22135613
MEI AE2681D7EUS
-- OR -22135614
COINCO VL61D47US01

SINGLE BA INSTALL

OPTIONAL
34032903
ROWELINK VOLUME
CONTROL UNIT

TO ROWELINK (Green) ON
CORE COMPUTER

CH1

CH2

CH3

CH4

MIC1

MIC2

MIC3

SINGER

VOLUME

34037908

POWER REJECT FUTURE MODE

TO 120 VAC BILL AC


ON POWER SUPPLY
TO ROUTER PLUG
ON POWER
SUPPLY
TO MONITOR PLUG
ON POWER SUPPLY

ROCKSTAR LX (CJE)
MACHINE SCHEMATIC
PAGE 2

ROCK-STAR LX WIRING DIAGRAM (PAGE 2)

Page 63

TO AUDIO OUTPUT ON
CORE COMPUTER

30934222
STEREO PLUG

30934217
CH 1

TO ROWLINK (Green) ON
CORE COMPUTER

CH 2

MAIN STEREO
ROWELINK

22215008
5
4
3
2
1

PART OF
61113305

40737826
TRANSFORMER
22 VAC
120
VAC
*B
*W
*B
*W
*G

22 VAC
50 VAC

1
2
3
4
5

1
2
3
4
5

50 VAC
120
VAC

20 VAC

BL
BL/W
BL

*R
*Y
*R
O
O

1
2
3

1
2
3

1
2
3
4
5
6

1
2
3
4
5
6

*R
*R/Y
*R
S
S

PART OF
61113305

TO UNSWITCHED 120 VAC


ON POWER SUPPLY

21121241

ROCKSTAR LX (CJE)
MACHINE SCHEMATIC
PAGE 3

ROCK-STAR LX WIRING DIAGRAM (PAGE 3)

Page 64

MUTE 2

MUTE 1

1
2
3

MUTE 4

1
2
3

MUTE 3

POWER IN

CH 1

CH 2

AUXILIARY OUT

CH
4

CH
3

CH 3
INV

CH
2

CH
1

40982601
4 CHANNEL
PREAMP

CH 1
INV

R-CH
30934217

CH 1

B/W

CH 2
CH 1
O /W
S
* R
* R/Y
* R
S
O /B

10
9
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1

CH 2

61170003
1000 WATT
AMPLIFIER

1
2

1
2

B
G

B
G

B/W
BR

BR

34100302

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9

L-CH

T7
T7
T6
T5
T4
T3
T2
T2

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8

+
+
-

1
2
3
4

T2
T2
T3
T4
T5
T6
T7
T7

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8

70251-A
OUTPUT
TRANSFORMERS

ROCSTAR LX (CJE)
MACHINE SCHEMATIC
PAGE 4

ROCK-STAR LX WIRING DIAGRAM (PAGE 4)

Page 65

TO JUKEBOX I/O (Brown)


ON CORE COMPUTER
SPARE IN A
SPARE IN B
MUTE OUT
LIGHTS ON/OFF
+12 V
GND
GND
GND
SPECIAL EVENT
SPARE OUT B
ROUTER POWER
SPARE OUT A
MONEY METER
+12 V

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14

PART OF
61113305

G
B

1
2
3
4

GND
+12 V SW

ROUTER POWER

P5

LIGHTS ON/OFF
GND

GND
+12 V SW

P2

BL
+12 V
GND
GND
+5 V

Y
B
B
R

1
2
3
4

1
2
3
4

POWER IN

P1

PART OF
61113305

Y
B
B
R

P7

120 VAC
UNSW

SWITCHED
120 VAC
MONITOR

120 VAC
UNSW

SWITCHED
120 VAC
ROUTER

TO ATX POWER SUPPLY


ON CORE COMPUTER
120 VAC
UNSW

21121242

1
2

P6
120 VAC
BILL AC

CBA 34099702
TO ATX POWER OUT
ON CORE COMPUTER

1
2

34022343
1
2
3

B
G/Y
W

1
2
3

21121240

SUPPLIED
WITH ROUTER

120 VAC
UNSW

I
0

1
2
3

21121241

120 VAC
INPUT

POWER SW

40982102
POWER SUPPLY
21121240

60905-1A-LF
58620-LF
POWER CORD

TO ATX RESET
ON CORE
COMPUTER

ATX RESET
1
2

TO CABINET FANS
ON CORE
COMPUTER
GND 1
GND 2
POWER 3
POWER 4

60820-LF

60820-LF

PART OF
61113305

PART OF
61113305

1
2
3

1
2
3

1
2
3

1
2
3

R
B
R
B

ROCKSTAR LX (CJE)
MACHINE SCHEMATIC
PAGE 5

ROCK-STAR LX WIRING DIAGRAM (PAGE 5)


Page 66

Note: Only one f an is


installed in the jukebox.

1
2
3
4

AUDIO IN
1
2
J2

40976901
RGB Controller

J1

GND
(BL)
(G)
(R)
STRIPE

ROCK-STAR LX WIRING DIAGRAM (PAGE 6)

Page 67

40976601

1
2
3
4

40976601

D1 D2 D3 D4 D5 D6 D7

40976601

D1 D2 D3 D4 D5 D6 D7

40976601

D1 D2 D3 D4 D5 D6 D7

4
3
2
1

4
3
2
1
+12V
GND

4
3
2
1

J1
J1
J2
J1

4
3
2
1
1
2
3
4

2
1

J2

D1 D2 D3 D4 D5 D6 D7

22212826

J1

22212825

40976601

34099101

J2

15

D1 D2 D3 D4 D5 D6 D7

40976601

WH

1
2
3
4

J2

WH

4
3
2
1

J1
J2

J1

1
2
3
4

J2

4
3
2
1

15

1
2
3
4

D1 D2 D3 D4 D5 D6 D7

15

40976601

WH
TO AMPLIFIER
POWER TRANSFORMER

(discrete leds)

TO ROUTER

J1

1
2
3
4

2
1

4
3
2
1

J2

TO MONITOR

4
3
2
1

2
1

22140920

D1 D2 D3 D4 D5 D6 D7

40976601

TO BILL ACCEPTOR

D1 D2 D3 D4 D5 D6 D7

WH
15

1
2
3
4

1
2
3
4
J1

(discrete led)

GND
(BL)
(G)
(R)
STRIPE

J2

22212824

22164707

22212820

ROCKSTAR LX (CJE)
MACHINE SCHEMATIC
PAGE 6

34052406
ATX POWER
ON/RESET

ATX
RESET

1
2

P1

P2

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10

22132255

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10

RST BTN SIGNAL


RST GROUND
+5VSB PWR
SPKR
PWR BTN SIGNAL
NC
HDD LED +V
KEY
HDD SIGNAL
+5V PWR

TX+
TXRX+
--ETHERNET --RX----TOUCH SCREEN CONTROL
COM1 SERIAL OR USB

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8

DCD
RXD
TXD
DTR
GND
DSR
RTS
CTS
RI

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9

RED
GREEN
BLUE
ID_2 IN
SIG GND
R RTN
G RTN
B RTN
NC
SY NC RTN
ID_0 IN
ID_1 IN
H-SY NC
V-SY NC
ID_3 IN

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15

VCC
DD+
GND

1
2
3
4

VCC
DD+
GND

FRONT PANEL

1
2
3
4

USB or COM1

FAN
34039108

B
R 1
Y 2
3

GROUND
POWER
SENSE

SYSTEM FAN
SVGA

2.5" SATA
HARD
DRIVE

DATA

POWER

GND
TX+
TXGND
RXRX+
GND

1
2
3
4
5
6
7

+12 V 1
GND
+5 V
GND 12

22132252
Y
B
R
B

22132253
Y
B
B
R

1
2
3
4

1
2
3
4

40952202
ATX POWER
SUPPLY

1
2
3
4
5
6
7

GND
TX+
TXGND
RXRX+
GND

SATA DATA

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20

+3.3 V
+3.3 V
GND
+5 V
GND
+5 V
GND
PW-OK
5VSB
+12 V
+3.3 V
-12 V
GND
PS-ON
GND
GND
GND
-5 V
+5 V
+5 V

ATX POWER
1
2
3
4

USB
AUDIO OUT

OPTIONAL
56K PCI-Ex
MODEM

120 VAC INPUT

40922608
30800429
34039505
70036632

To Video
Dis play

To Credit
Card Reader

RING - R
GND
TIP - L
GND

RJ11

COM 2
ROWELINK FOR
61196902 I/O
BOARD

40924212
MOTHER BOARD ASSY

61197001 (CJE) CORE


COMPUTER SCHEMATIC
PAGE 1

To Touch
Screen
USB or Serial

To Pream plifier
Main Stereo IN
RING
TIP

--1
2
---

22132250

VCCa 1
VCCb 2
-DATAa 3
USB (2)
-DATAb 4
+DATAa 5
PORTb = USB MODEM
+DATAb 6
PORTa = ROWELINK
GNDa 7
FOR 61196901 GNDb 8
9
KEY
I/O BOARD
NC 10

GND
GND
+12 V
+12 V

CPU POWER

To Router

MOTHER BOARD
CPU 2.6GHz DUAL PENTIUM
HEATSINK FAN ASSY
RAM 1GB

DCD 1
RXD
2
TXD
3
DTR
4
GND 5
DSR 6
7
RTS
CTS
8
9
RI
KEY 10

+12 V
GND
GND
+5 V

Y
B
B
R

A1
A2
A3
A4
A5
A6
A7
A8
A9
A10

1
2
3
4

22132256
NOTE:
-- 61196901 I/O Board
uses USB interface
-- 61196902 I/O Board
uses SERIAL
interface on COM 2

ATX Power OUT - To


Jukebox Power Supply
and/or Other Devices

ROCK-STAR LX AND ROCK-STAR COMPUTER CORE SCHEMATIC (PAGE 1)


Page 68

1
2
3
4
USB
5
6
7
8
KEY
9
10

A1
A3
A5
A7
A9
A2
A4
A6
A8
A10

OPTIONAL USB
56K MODEM

(2)

611969xx
I/O
BOARD

1
2
3
4
5
SERIAL
6
INTERFACE
7
8
9
10 KEY

To Preamplifier

NC
MUTE
B
A
+12 V
GND

1
2
3
4
5
6

To Volume Control Unit (VCU)

NC
+12 V
IR IN
GND
LED OUT
NC

1
2
3
4
5
6

To IR Receiver

RTN-A
RTN-B
RTN-C
STR-A
STR-B
STR-C

1
2
3
4
5
6

To 6 Button Volume Control

GND
GND
POWER
POWER

1
2
3
4

GND
+12 V
COIN 5
COIN 6
LED ON
INHIBIT
COIN 1
COIN 2
COIN 3
COIN 4

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10

GREEN

IR REMOTE
YELLOW

REJECT
CALIBRATE

6 BUTTON
REMOTE
RED

JUMPERS
OPTOs

1
2
3
4
5
6

GREEN

ROWELINK

SERVICE

COIN MECH TYPE

NC
MUTE
B
A
+12 V
GND

RJ11

GREEN

BUTTONS

POWER

RING
TIP

--1
2
---

CABINET
FANS

GREEN

YELLOW

RED

To Cabinet Fan(s)

SWITCHs
4 CH
2 CH

PREAMP TYPE

INDICATOR LEDs
USB Tx
USB Rx
STATUS
RS-485 Tx
RS-485 Rx
IR RECEIVE
+5 VDC
+12 VDC
+12 V
GND
GND
+5 V

Y
B
B
R

1
2
3
4

+12 V
GND
GND
+5 V

ATX POWER

COINS
BLUE

NC 1
NC 2
GND 3
BILLS
4
OOS
5
+5 V
WHITE
NC 6
CREDIT 7
ESCROW 8
ENABLE 9
DATA 10
SPARE IN A
SPARE IN B
MUTE OUT
LIGHTS ON/OFF
+12 V
JUKEBOX I/O
GND
GND
BROWN
GND
SPECIAL EVENT
SPARE OUT B
ROUTER POWER
SPARE OUT A
MONEY METER
+12 V

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14

To Coin Mech (if installed)


BLUE

To Bill Acceptor (if installed)


WHITE

To Jukebox Power Supply


and Other Jukebox Devices
BROWN

61197001 (CJE) CORE


COMPUTER SCHEMATIC
PAGE 2

ROCK-STAR LX AND ROCK-STAR COMPUTER CORE SCHEMATIC (PAGE 2)


Page 69

TO CUSTOMER PROVIDED
EQUIPMENT OR LOCAL LAN

28280004
4-PORT WIRELESS
ROUTER
WAN PORT

TO RJ45 ETHERNET ON
CORE COMPUTER
1

ETHERNET CABLE
COMES WITH ROUTER

POWER PLUG

POWER CABLE
COMES WITH
ROUTER

2
LAN PORTS
3

61929-LF
19" FLAT PANEL
DISPLAY AND
TOUCH SCREEN

4
TO COM1 ON
CORE COMPUTER

34038702

TOUCH CONTROLLER CABLE


COMES WITH MONITOR

22164202

VGA CABLE
COMES WITH MONITOR

TO VGA ON
CORE COMPUTER

SERIAL TOUCH CONTROL

VGA VIDEO

120 VAC POWER

TO USB ON
CORE COMPUTER

61983-A-LF
CREDIT CARD READER

21121240

CANCEL

TO 6 BUTTON REMOTE (Red)


ON CORE COMPUTER
INT

62009-A-LF

EXT

21958306
TRANSMITTER
POWER

70004-1A WIRED REMOTE


TO IR REMOTE (Y ellow)
ON CORE COMPUTER

40846302
IR
RECEIVER

34037905

ROCKSTAR (CJE)
MACHINE SCHEMATIC
PAGE 1

ROCK-STAR WIRING DIAGRAM (PAGE 1)


Page 70

OPTIONAL
34032903
ROWELINK VOLUME
CONTROL UNIT

TO ROWELINK (Green) ON
CORE COMPUTER

CH1

CH2

CH3

CH4

MIC1

MIC2

MIC3

SINGER

VOLUME

34037908

POWER REJECT FUTURE MODE

TO BILLS (White) ON
CORE COMPUTER
NC 1
NC 2
GND 3
OOS
4
+5 V
5
NC 6
CREDIT 7
ESCROW 8
ENABLE 9
DATA 10

Y
BL

BL
PINS 6 & 10 KEY ED

34022343

B
G/Y
W
120 VAC

7
8
9
10
11
12

22135613
MEI AE2681D7EUS

1
2
3
4
5
6

-- OR -22135614
COINCO
VL61D47US01

TO 120 VAC BILL AC


ON POWER SUPPLY
TO ROUTER PLUG
ON POWER SUPPLY
TO MONITOR PLUG
ON POWER SUPPLY

ROCKSTAR (CJE)
MACHINE SCHEMATIC
PAGE 2

ROCK-STAR WIRING DIAGRAM (PAGE 2)


Page 71

TO AUDIO OUTPUT ON
CORE COMPUTER

30934222
STEREO PLUG

30934217
CH 1

TO ROWLINK (Green) ON
CORE COMPUTER

CH 2

MAIN STEREO
ROWELINK

22215008
5
4
3
2
1

PART OF
61113305

40737826
TRANSFORMER
22 VAC
120
VAC
*B
*W
*B
*W
*G

22 VAC
50 VAC

1
2
3
4
5

1
2
3
4
5

50 VAC
120
VAC

20 VAC

BL
BL/W
BL

*R
*Y
*R
O
O

1
2
3

1
2
3

1
2
3
4
5
6

1
2
3
4
5
6

*R
*R/Y
*R
S
S

PART OF
61113305

TO UNSWITCHED 120 VAC


ON POWER SUPPLY

21121241

ROCKSTAR (CJE)
MACHINE SCHEMATIC
PAGE 3

ROCK-STAR WIRING DIAGRAM (PAGE 3)


Page 72

MUTE 2

MUTE 1

1
2
3

MUTE 4

1
2
3

MUTE 3

POWER IN

CH 1

CH 2

AUXILIARY OUT

CH
4

CH
3

CH 3
INV

CH
2

CH
1

40982601
4 CHANNEL
PREAMP

CH 1
INV

R-CH
30934217

CH 1

B/W

CH 2
CH 1
O /W
S
* R
* R/Y
* R
S
O /B

10
9
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1

CH 2

61170003
1000 WATT
AMPLIFIER

1
2

1
2

B
G

B
G

B/W
BR

BR

34100302

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9

L-CH

T7
T7
T6
T5
T4
T3
T2
T2

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8

+
+
-

1
2
3
4

T2
T2
T3
T4
T5
T6
T7
T7

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8

70251-A
OUTPUT
TRANSFORMERS

ROCSTAR (CJE)
MACHINE SCHEMATIC
PAGE 4

ROCK-STAR WIRING DIAGRAM (PAGE 4)

Page 73

TO JUKEBOX I/O (Brown)


ON CORE COMPUTER
SPARE IN A
SPARE IN B
MUTE OUT
LIGHTS ON/OFF
+12 V
GND
GND
GND
SPECIAL EVENT
SPARE OUT B
ROUTER POWER
SPARE OUT A
MONEY METER
+12 V

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14

PART OF
61113305

G
B

1
2
3
4

GND
+12 V SW

ROUTER POWER

P5

LIGHTS ON/OFF
GND

GND
+12 V SW

P2

BL
+12 V
GND
GND
+5 V

Y
B
B
R

1
2
3
4

1
2
3
4

POWER IN

P1

PART OF
61113305

Y
B
B
R

P7

120 VAC
UNSW

SWITCHED
120 VAC
MONITOR

120 VAC
UNSW

SWITCHED
120 VAC
ROUTER

TO ATX POWER SUPPLY


ON CORE COMPUTER
120 VAC
UNSW

21121242

1
2

P6
120 VAC
BILL AC

CBA 34099702
TO ATX POWER OUT
ON CORE COMPUTER

1
2

1
2
3

B
G/Y
W

1
2
3

21121240

SUPPLIED
WITH ROUTER

120 VAC
UNSW

I
0

B
1
G/Y
2
W
3

21121241

120 VAC
INPUT

POWER SW

40982102
POWER SUPPLY
21121240

60905-1A-LF
58620-LF
POWER CORD

TO ATX RESET
ON CORE
COMPUTER

ATX RESET
1
2

TO CABINET FANS
ON CORE
COMPUTER
GND 1
GND 2
POWER 3
POWER 4

60820-LF

60820-LF

PART OF
61113305

PART OF
61113305

1
2
3

1
2
3

1
2
3

1
2
3

R
B
R
B

ROCKSTAR (CJE)
MACHINE SCHEMATIC
PAGE 5

ROCK-STAR WIRING DIAGRAM (PAGE 5)

Page 74

Note: Only one f an is


installed in the jukebox.

R1

TO BILL ACCEPTOR

Y2

TOP BULB

Y3

LEFT BULB (NOT USED)

RIGHT BULB (NOT USED)

Y1

TO MONITOR

TO ROUTER

R2

TO AMPLIFIER
POWER TRANSFORMER

R3

R4
Y3

BOTTOM BULB

61336-A-LF

59997-A
BALLAST & CABLE ASSY

40912012

B
G/Y
W

1
2
3

1
2
3

G/Y
R
R
R
R
Y

B
G/Y
W

1
2
3
4
5
6

1
2
3
4
5
6

R1
R2
R4
R3
Y1
Y2

ROCKSTAR (CJE)
MACHINE SCHEMATIC
PAGE 6

ROCK-STAR WIRING DIAGRAM (PAGE 6)

Page 75

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