Jukebox mystery solved

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OKLAHOMA CITY - Josh Schultz's vintage jukebox can't jump and jive.

It’s been sitting at a repair shop in Oklahoma City for the past three years.

Josh said the owner is never there.

“I've stopped by numerous times,” he said. “I'd say 12 to 15 over the last couple of years.”

When we showed up Monday, the door was wide open.

At first owner, David didn't remember Josh.

“Yes, sir, that's the one that needed an amplifier worked on,” David said.

He took us back to see Josh's jukebox.

He said the part for the jukebox arrived two years ago, but Josh told him not to install it, because he didn’t have the money to pay for the repairs.

Josh said that’s just not true.

“[Money has] never been a problem," he said. "I don't know where your story's coming from.”

The repairman said Josh can have his jukebox as long as he pays for the $200 part.

At this point, the only thing they can agree on is they're both ready to go their separate ways.

Josh will pay for the part and pick up his jukebox Tuesday, and that is music to everyone's ears.  

We'll check back.