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 Post subject: Jukebox Restoration
PostPosted: Feb Wed 21, 2018 5:05 pm 
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Can anyone recommend any links to forums, parts suppliers that deal with jukebox restoration? Definitely going to need some assistance with reconeing the speaker.


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 Post subject: Re: Jukebox Restoration
PostPosted: Feb Wed 21, 2018 8:55 pm 
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Well, That kind of depends on the make and model of jukebox. The major supplier in the U.S.A. is VictoryGlass, There is also a nice supplier in Germany with excellent quality parts. I've used both and they are excellent. Speaker re-coning is something else. That is more of a specialty item. Phonoland was a good U.S. based forum, now it looks like Facebook only. Jukebox-world.de has a forum of their own (mostly European, but North American's welcome). Google does have a translation function that' works well for the German sections.

http://www.phonoland.com/ (closed 2016) now facebook.

http://www.victoryglass.com/

http://www.jukebox-world.de/en/home/

Tony


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 Post subject: Re: Jukebox Restoration
PostPosted: Feb Thu 22, 2018 1:24 am 
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 Post subject: Re: Jukebox Restoration
PostPosted: Feb Sat 24, 2018 9:53 pm 
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Victory Glass, Steve Loots. I did jukebox restoration for years with Jukebox Junction in Des Moines. I think they are all closed up now however.

If you need any technical help let me know. I've worked on everything from the 40s Wurlitzers to the 60s Seeburgs. Amps, mechs, coin equipment, credit and selector equipment, etc. can be tough to find but is, for the most part, easy to work on.

Coils, relays and solenoids... "oh my". :D


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