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Seeburg Digital Control Center

The Seeburg Digital Control Center came into use around the 1970's. This was model DDC1. Seeburg continued the use to the digital control center line until around 1977. The last model used was a DCC42-56. The DCC is used to supply 27 volts DC, -27 volts  DC and -13 volts DC to the jukebox. The DCC has test points on the side to measure these voltages. 
Below you can see a DCC3.


Once you flip over the DCC you will see two circuit boards. The top board is the data buffer board. Generally you will not have any issue with it. The second board (on bottom) is the power supply board. This where you may have issues. The power supply board is where the DC voltages are created and regulated.

Below is the power supply board removed.


The first thing I always do when working on a DCC is start by replacing all electrolytic capacitors.

Below is the schematic.

 In my case as you can see below I had other issues.




As you can see transistor Q3120 has been replaced and someone ruined the trace. Q31…