OEM/ODM Manufacturer ISO4026, ISO4027, ISO4028, ISO4029 Socket Set Screws for Mombasa Manufacturers
Metric Size Socket Set Screws Thread Size: M1.4-M52 DIN913, DIN914, DIN915, DIN916 ISO4026, ISO4027, ISO4028, ISO4029 Various Drive and Point Types Various Surface Finishes Other Material Grades are available Please feel free to contact us for more details
OEM/ODM Manufacturer ISO4026, ISO4027, ISO4028, ISO4029 Socket Set Screws for Mombasa Manufacturers Detail:
Metric Size Socket Set Screws
Thread Size: M1.4-M52
DIN913, DIN914, DIN915, DIN916
ISO4026, ISO4027, ISO4028, ISO4029
Various Drive and Point Types
Various Surface Finishes
Other Material Grades are available
Please feel free to contact us for more details
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On one of the jukebox forums a person was considering purchasing a Seeburg USC1 Bandshell and asked about the procedures for safely moving a jukebox. Spur of the moment decided to make 2 videos and upload them without retakes or editing. This is the first video which describes what the Seeburg installation and operations manual says. If you do not know how to move a seeburg then this can be very helpful. If you already know then this is a really boring 9 minute waste of your time to watch.
The Seeburg USC1 manual, in my opinion, is terrible at explaining how to move a jukebox. They only have 1 poorly written paragraph titled UNBLOCKING on page 9 which tells the original owner in 1970 what 2 screws to remove before playing it for the first time. They don’t explain how to move it later on.
A man named Tony Miller created a helpful website for us seeburg jukebox owners. Tony has passed on but his website is there for all of us to keep learning about seeburgs. There is a page on his site titled Moving Your Machine that is the best resource available.
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The 2 screws talked about in the manual are 4 and a half inch long carriage bolts. The bolts are 1/4 inch in diameter and have 20 threads per inch. Take this info to your hardware store and buy at least 2. I realized when I went to film this video that I can’t find my stash of carriage bolts.
I am not a seeburg pro therefore I know the words I use are not always Seeburg Jargon. If someone more knowledgable than me will make a youtube video on moving a jukebox I will be glad to point people to that site. Since I couldn’t find a video I just made one and here it is with no edits.
Let me know if this helps. If you want to remove the mech before moving the juke then watch my other boring video!
The reason for bolting is to secure the Mechanism Carriage (the part that travels back and forth playing records). If you don’t secure the Mech Carriage with these 2 bolts then you are asking for various bad things to happen when you move the juke.
Since this specific USC1 model weighs somewhere around 375 pounds; I prefer to remove the very heavy mechanism from the box and move two lighter weights separately. The other video explains how I remove the whole mech from the jukebox.