[Jukebox-list] mm-3 wiring

John Robertson jrr at flippers.com
Mon Jul 10 11:21:20 PDT 2000

Cabinet key is either the 256 or the 440 - I don't have my chart at home, 
often it is stamped on the lock face. We stock these as do most jukebox 
places. What are the dimensions of the door, I might have one in our pile 
of juke doors (about ten left).

John :-#)#

At 08:51 AM 7/10/00, Joe Alberti wrote:
>Well,  I picked up the MM-3 on Saturday, and the line cord won't be a
>problem.  It doesn't have one.  It has a three prong jack on the back to
>plug one in.  Looks like a standard three wire extension cord will work.
>Next question,  does anyone know where I might find a cabinet key and/or a
>coin box door for this machine?  It doesn't have either.
>I'm kind of anxious to open this up and get started.  This is my first
>Rowe/AMI box.  All I've ever had before were Seeburgs.
>----- Original Message -----
>From: James McClave <Trollmasters at webtv.net>
>To: <Jukebox-list at lists.netlojix.com>
>Sent: Friday, July 07, 2000 3:09 PM
>Subject: [Jukebox-list] mm-3 wiring
> > joe, not nearly as bad as the older ami's , but you should always check
> > it anyway.the environment in which it was kept will have alot to do with
> > it.  with the machine un-plugged, just bend the the 115volt line cord
> > and any other wires you can easily get to, if any crack or feel real
> > brittle, replace them.they should have good flexibility. its always a
> > good practice to install a new line cord and plug and ensure its
> > properly grounded with a 3-prong plug. an mm-3 is a good sounding
> > machine.   jim
> >
> > E-mail us at: trollmasters at webtv.net
> >
> >
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