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Seek Seeburg L Motor Mount
By John Farmer

I have just finished restoring the player action of a Seeburg L, and
repaired the Holzer-Cabot motor that came with it.  However, the piano
was working on a modern motor when it arrived, and the Holzer motor
does not have the usual spring-mounted adjustable mounting, just a flat
steel plate with two slots.

Does anyone have a redundant mounting they would be prepared to part
with?  Alternatively, I would appreciate some close-up pictures or
drawings of the mounting, if anyone can provide them.

Many thanks to those who have helped me already to get to this stage of
understanding what was originally fitted.

John Farmer
UK


(Message sent Thu 2 Apr 2009, 18:05:22 GMT, from time zone GMT+0100.)

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