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Mechanical Restoration Guide

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Item #: B021
by Joseph A. Dzidzic - step-by-step restoration of Seeburg mechanisms
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"This guide is not a repair manual but rather a restoration manual."
This is what the author writes himself in his introduction. And he continous: "The Seeburg service manuals were written by the routine day-to-day maintenance in mind. They weren't directed toward rescuing a jukebox which had fallen into disreapir and neglect."
During the last ten years Joseph A. Dzidzic developed several procedures for cleaning and restoring the mechanical assemblies of the Seeburg "system".
This guide is the result. It is written as a companion to the edequate Seeburg service manuals.
Table of contents:

  • What you need to get started: Tools, cleaning and lubricants, specialty items
  • The credit and cancel unit and single pricing unit
  • Electrical selector assembly: Models A, B, C, G, J, R, W, K, V, VL and others - cleaning selector keys, adjustments
  • The Seeburg mechanism: Removing the machanism from the cabilet, mechanism disassembly, cleaning, painting, lubrication, mechanism reassembly, adjustments
  • The selector assembly: Cleaning the group magnet contacts, cleaning the armatures and contact washers, testing, in caseof troubles, lubrication
  • Remote Control equipment: The wired and tormat selection receivers (models A through VL), the remote control stepper unit (K and L models), wallboxes, connecting wallboxes
  • Conversion to free play: Models A, B, C, G, J, R, V, VL and W, Models K and later, the "Easy Free Play Method"

26 pages printed in b&w, with pictures, english, spiralbound


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Ulrich writes: 16.01.2019
Der Zustand ist OK, leider hatte ich übersehen, dass alles in Englisch geschrieben ist!
Die Rückgabe war kein Problem!
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