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Restoration of my Seeburg Magnastar SB100 Jukebox (1976)

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Ta for heads up, but different motor.
Think it may be the lamination around the coil buzzing like fook.
@myPinballs you drill out or dink uk sized vinyl?

In all honesty i;ve never had to dink or cut a hole in any vinyl mate, my seeburg select-o-matic mechanism will play standard 45's or ones with a hole cut in them with no adjustment so i've never thought about it. And its only 1 motor for the full thing to :)
 

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In all honesty i;ve never had to dink or cut a hole in any vinyl mate, my seeburg select-o-matic mechanism will play standard 45's or ones with a hole cut in them with no adjustment so i've never thought about it. And its only 1 motor for the full thing to :)
Crikey 3 or 4 motors on mine
 
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Crikey 3 or 4 motors on mine
The Seeburg mechanism and their record memory unit are wonderful pieces of engineering. They made something amazing and then used it pretty much unaltered other than cassette capacity for 40 years !

One of the reasons I wanted a seeburg specifically
 
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