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Old August 9th 08, 11:11 PM posted to alt.collecting.juke-boxes
em pinball
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i am working on a model -40 ami jukebox. It was sold to me as a 45rpm
but it looks just like my 78 rpm i have. the wire from the tone arm to
the amp is broken. it has a two hole plug where it plugs into the amp.
i have another d-40 but it only has a one hole plug. can someone tell
me the difference. i also need the shaft that goes through the
transfer mechanism. its the shaft assembly the tone arm sits on and
moves the tone arm when transferring also need the tone arm wiring to
the amp but itmust be a two hole plug. thanks for reading.
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Old August 10th 08, 03:26 AM posted to alt.collecting.juke-boxes
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Someone probably changed the input jack & plug on one of your amps
unless ami upgraded , downgraded , changed their minds .

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Old August 10th 08, 01:30 PM posted to alt.collecting.juke-boxes
em pinball
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On Aug 9, 9:26*pm, (Ken G.) wrote:
Someone probably changed the input jack & plug on one of your amps
unless ami upgraded , downgraded , changed their minds .


i thoiught all d-40s were 78s but according to the manual i have ami
did make d-40 45 machines. i also have a spare amp that i bought a few
years ago and it also has the2 prong plug. i thought maybe that setup
was inclusive to the 45 system. thanks norm
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Old August 11th 08, 12:59 AM posted to alt.collecting.juke-boxes
Ken Doyle
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The D-80 was the 45 machine. 80 selections, no mirrors between the buttons.
Both are shown on the pinballrebel page:
http://www.pinballrebel.com/archive/ami/d40/d40.htm

Ken D.

"em pinball" wrote:
i thoiught all d-40s were 78s but according to the manual i have ami
did make d-40 45 machines. i also have a spare amp that i bought a few
years ago and it also has the2 prong plug. i thought maybe that setup
was inclusive to the 45 system. thanks norm

 




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