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 Post subject: Seeburg M100B Cabinet Restoration
PostPosted: Dec Wed 18, 2019 6:59 pm 
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I am trying to resurrect a 1951 Seeburg M100B Jukebox that sat in my parents basement for 45 years.
The lower part of the cabinet was destroyed by moisture/rot.
I am wondering if there might be Seeburg blueprints/ records somewhere detailing the mechanical assembly of the cabinet.
I would like to reconstruct the cabinet as closely to the original design as possible.
Any help or assistance would be greatly appreciated!
Best Regards,
Mike


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 Post subject: Re: Seeburg M100B Cabinet Restoration
PostPosted: Dec Tue 24, 2019 11:23 am 
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Depending on how far gone it is you may be able to buy a good used cabinet cheaper, the B is very common and there are a lot of parts around.

There's a Seeburg group on Facebook and also a group for parts sales.
A guy named Mike Florio would very likely have one, if you're not on Facebook I can get you his contact info.

I'm going through a similar situation with a Rock-Ola, massive water damage to the cabinet, but unlike Seeburg's, parts are very hard to obtain so I had no choice but to repair it.


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 Post subject: Re: Seeburg M100B Cabinet Restoration
PostPosted: Dec Tue 24, 2019 7:02 pm 
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In agreement with Eric. I saved our C by combining parts from two cabinets. One had a rotten base, the other had a rotten side. We covered the finished cabinet in oak veneer. It now resides in our music museum. Cheers, Russie.


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