Restoration of my Seeburg Magnastar SB100 Jukebox (1976)

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Yesssss

I snagged a few gems for the jukebox today.
Prob picked up 40 new 7” singles

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Nice one! I picked up around 12-15. Some real cheese!! Spent a tenner! Bargain.

The best thing about this type of purchase is most will get played once then given back to other shops! Or swapped. Only a few classics stay with you!! Great fun and having a finite number possible in your machine makes it more interesting to

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Yes mate. I’ve got a few of those pictured in mine. I’m up to 195/200.
When it’s full, it’ll be a case of fine tuning it.
Let me know I theres anything in particular you’re looking for and I’ll keep an eye out.

I’m after a copy of Billy Idol “Rebel Yell”
 
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You can have the best of both. I have my jukebox connected to a sonos connect, so i can play pretty much anything and take advantage of the 2 massive 12" speakers and 70s solid state amp tech :) The Jukebox then just becomes another sonos 'speaker'

That's how i am able to do this:

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That's brilliant Jim, have you fitted a switch so you can click from original jukebox and Sonos?
 
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That's brilliant Jim, have you fitted a switch so you can click from original jukebox and Sonos?
I developed a cable that can be plugged into sonos and the seeburg amp, so there's no switch required. You just play whatever you want (sonos or records) and it comes through the speakers.
 

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Awesome mate. I don’t have a manual but I know someone who does. He just photographs the pages I need.

I’ll have a look at the amp and see what’s what. And take some pics.
Thanks dude
 

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Old thread revival!!!

Google search found me this thread Jim!

Not the same but similar Seeburg Topaz I picked up a few weeks ago.

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It's giving me a hard time! was tripping my mains pulled the PPC and found this

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Replaced all the electro caps on that board but it looks like the stepdown on the PPC is fooked!

Cheers Ronnie
 
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Old thread revival!!!

Google search found me this thread Jim!

Not the same but similar Seeburg Topaz I picked up a few weeks ago.

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It's giving me a hard time! was tripping my mains pulled the PPC and found this

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Replaced all the electro caps on that board but it looks like the stepdown on the PPC is fooked!

Cheers Ronnie
Nice machine 👍 Same cab as mine, but you have the first version of the digital selector, whereas mine is still on the old manual selection. Same amp, select-o-matic and psu i think

What is the letter and number of the part you are on about? I will check my schematics and manuals
 

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Great stuff Jim It's T3101 stepdown, I have someone lined up to rewind it but first need to test the motor, it can be seen on this pdf of the power supply
 

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