Seeburg HF100G, 100W

Years 1953 - 1954

In 1953 Seeburg introducing model HF100G with the new "High Fidelity" sound but a more plain cabinet design. On the other hand they presented model 100W showing more decorative ornaments but with the approved sound characteristics.

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  • Dome glass G, W
    with "Seeburg" logo
    Item #: S142
    Cart deactivated
  • Item #: S165
    Cart deactivated
    Currently not available.
  • Mirror set G, W
    left and right of mechanism
    Item #: S160
    Cart deactivated
  • Panel on backdoor G, W
    between mirrors, stainless steel
    Item #: S173
    Cart deactivated
  • Side glass G/W
    5 mm glass
    Item #: S170
    Cart deactivated
  • Stripper plate, complete - clear
    incl. brush holders and brushes
    Item #: S005
    Cart deactivated
  • Stripper plate - clear
    without brush holders
    Item #: S007
    Cart deactivated
  • Brush holder
    for stripper plates
    Item #: S009
    Cart deactivated
  • Needle brush
    for most US jukeboxes
    Item #: V092
    Cart deactivated
  • Screw 8-32x3/8
    For Seeburg mech cover, left
    Item #: VS170
    Cart deactivated
  • Gear set 45 RPM/50 Hz
    to convert US mechanism for use at 50 Hz
    Item #: S080
    Cart deactivated
  • Motor run capacitor 1 + 1.4 µF
    Seeburg M100B - 222 (1951 - 1959)
    Item #: S043
    Cart deactivated
  • Pin cancel coil
    Seeburg A to J
    Item #: S050
    Cart deactivated
  • Carriage roller
    for Seeburg mechanism
    Item #: S025
    Cart deactivated
  • Motor mount, type A
    For upper and lower motor motor bearings
    Price each.
    Item #: S023
    Cart deactivated
  • Motor coupler
    for models M100B (1951) and up
    Item #: S021
    Cart deactivated
  • Turntable drive bushings
    for a smooth turn of the turntable, pair
    Item #: S020
    Cart deactivated
  • Rubber bumper
    underneath the motor
    Item #: S022
    Cart deactivated
  • 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
    Item #: S003
    Cart deactivated
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