VINTAGE JUKEBOX REPAIR
I ran my own shop for a number of years, then went to work for Jukebox City here in Seattle. When that closed, I made the decision to continue working on jukeboxes out of my home.
Jukeboxes add a level of complexity above that of radios and amplifiers as they have the mechanical systems as well to contend with. The interaction between the electrical and mechanical systems is often a source of difficulty, too.
Mostly, I work on jukeboxes from the 30's through the 60's. I try to do quality work at a reasonable price, but prefer not to compromise quality for economy.
As it's impractical to send jukeboxes from out-of-state, I primarily work on complete jukeboxes from the Pacific Northwest. I can work on components (such as amplifiers, selection systems etc.) shipped in from other areas.
For any amplifier I work on:
I've been working on jukeboxes for over thirty years now. I share my knowledge by writing a column in Always Jukin', a jukebox collector magazine.
Unfortunately, I've become backlogged, so check on time and space availability. Also, as I'm in my 70's and semi-retired, I'm unable to take on more modern machines, such as the One More Time. My favorite machines are those made from the 30's through the mid 60's.