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Remote Control Coil for Seeburg Coin Piano
By Bruce Clark

A remote control coil for a coin piano can be easily made from an old
style doorbell.  It will require some wiring modification so that the
bell will no longer reiterate, and it will require a 12 volt DC power
source of either batteries or a modern transformer.

When the above is accomplished, cut off the clapper of the bell, remove
the bell, and connect a string of fish line between the trip mechanism
and the stub where the clapper was removed.

I made one of these devices and it has worked perfectly for many years.

Bruce Clark

(Message sent Fri 18 Jan 2002, 11:30:05 GMT, from time zone GMT-0500.)

Key Words in Subject:  Coil, Coin, Control, Piano, Remote, Seeburg

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