How much maintenance and repair does the jukebox require? Many years ago a friend’s wife asked if I could be of some help in finding a pinball machine for his birthday. Another friend was acquainted with a person in the “amusement device” biz. (This was when video games were replacing pinball machines in arcades and the like.) The upshot is that I scored a machine free of charge. The friend’s wife became of necessity something of a pinball machine mechanic. Lotsa stuff to break and wear out on those things, which goes some way toward explaining why they were largely supplanted by video games. The video games had the additional advantage of taking up considerably less floor space. I can’t recall when I last saw a jukebox anywhere other than in a museum or a private collection. Same with pinball machines.