Seeburg 220, 222

Year 1958-1959

Model 220 and 222 were not only Seeburg's but the first presented stereo jukebox in general. Introduced in Oct. 1958, next to this new feature Seeburg decided to drop the 200 selection line and offered 100 and 160 selection models only. The imprint "Channel 1" and "Channel " gave these models the nick-name "Channel".

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  • Trip switch
    for Seeburg M100A - PFEA1U/APFEA1
    Item #: S010
    Cart deactivated
  • Tonearm springs with small loop
    M100B to Fleetwood (1951 - 1966)
    models using mono Blackhead and Redhead and first Seeburg stereo cartridge with T-shaped needles, pair
    Item #: S003
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  • Cash box door for Seeburg
    1950s and 1960s models except A, B and C
    quality true to original
    Item #: S001
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  • Cash bag
    for 1950s and 1960s Seeburg jukeboxes
    Item #: S002
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  • Volume control key
    for Wurlitzer and Seeburg jukeboxes
    Item #: V050
    Cart deactivated
  • Potentiometer 2 x 25 kOhm
    stereo, for Rock-Ola 1460ST-437 and Seeburg amps SHFA1, SHFA2, TSA1-10
    Item #: EP002
    Cart deactivated
  • Volume control housing
    for many Seeburg amplifiers
    Item #: S060
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  • Seeburg cabinet keys
    various master keys for Seeburg
    please choose key number
    Item #: SCH-S
    Cart deactivated
  • Socket
    for 2" and 2,5" casters
    Item #: R042
    Cart deactivated
  • 2,5" caster with polyamide wheel
    for various Seeburg models
    Item #: R039
    Cart deactivated
  • Screw 8-32x3/4
    For Seeburg V - 222 mech cover, top
    Item #: VS185
    Cart deactivated
  • Remote volume control housing, grey
    for Seeburg MRVC1A - PRVC4 and RSVC1, grey
    Item #: S710
    Cart deactivated
  • Service Manual Seeburg 220, 222
    incl. Installation & Operation, Trouble Shooting and Parts Catalog
    Item #: HS222K
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