Tonomat, Canteen & Wiegandt

German manuals are often called "user manual" though they offer technical details as well.
Wiegandt presented the first German jukebox in 1952 and in 1953 Tonomat followed with model V102. Not before 1954 the first German 45 rpm jukebox was introduced: Wiegandt Diplomat A.
  • Service Manuals and Schematics
    Possibility for a request if the needed paper goods are not listed here or original ones are preferred - specify model type
    Item #: H-SCH
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  • Tonomat
    Chronicle by Gerda Krause and Rita Diefenhardt-Schmitt
    Item #: B023
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  • Service Manual Telematic 100
    Manufacturer Tonomat
    Item #: HTT100K
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  • Service Manual Telematic 200
    Manufacturer Tonomat
    German only
    Item #: HTT200K
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  • Service Manual Teleramic 200 and Music Maker
    Manufacturers: Tonomat and Ditchburn
    Item #: HTTRK
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  • Service Manual Panoramic 200
    Manufacturer Tonomat
    German only
    Item #: HTPK
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  • Service Manual Canteen Electronic 160
    Manufacturer Canteen, formerly Tonomat
    German only
    Item #: HTCA160
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  • Service Manual Diplomat A
    Manufacturer Wiegandt
    German only
    Item #: HWI120AK
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  • Service Manual Diplomat B
    Manufacturer Wiegandt
    German only
    Item #: HWI120BK
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  • Service Manual Diplomat C
    Manufacturer Wiegandt
    German only
    Item #: HWI120CK
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  • Service Manual Tonmaster
    Manufacturer Wiegandt; in German or English
    Item #: HWITO
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  • Das Kleine Lautsprecher ABC
    (Not only) for Rock-Ola jukeboxes
    German only
    Item #: B028
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  • Grundlagen der Musikboxen-Technik
    Reprint of German technical classes about coin-operated units
    Item #: B024
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