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Wurlitzer Solenoid Player Vacuum Pump Problem
By Paul Brennan

Regarding Skip Downing's pump power problem, is there an in-line
fuse that may be blown?  Fuses can also sometimes be located on
circuit boards.  Failing that, I suggest that you get an electrician
to look at it, for your personal safety.  As a non-electrician,
a blown fuse replacement would be the extent of my electrical
knowledge.  Even circuit testing can be dangerous if carried out

Best regards,
Paul Brennan

(Message sent Fri 13 Aug 2010, 10:01:01 GMT, from time zone GMT+1000.)

Key Words in Subject:  Player, Problem, Pump, Solenoid, Vacuum, Wurlitzer

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