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Tired of Pumping your player piano. This vacuum pump produces a minimum of 50" of water vacuum. Enough to compensate for a lot of leakage. The 'Kit' also contains a Dual Electronic Voltage Controller for adjusting the volume of the music and how fast the music roll is rewound. The inter-connecting tubing, wiring and all necessary connectors are included. Easy to install. One year guarantee on the electronic parts, and a five year guarantee on the vacuum pump. Space required for the pump is 8" square by 10" high, normally installed in the bottom of the piano on the right hand side of the Exhauster Assembly. UPS Ground Shipping/Insurance: $28.00 maximum amount within the 48 contiguous states.
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Contains everything in the 'Regular' kit plus an Auto Re-Roll Device and an Auto Shut-Off Device. Everything you need to Electrify and Automate your Player Piano. Complete with installation instructions, tubing, connectors and wiring. Playing a roll becomes a 'push-button' operation. One year guarantee on all electronics, five year guarantee on the vacuum pump. Space required for the pump is 8" square by 10" high, normally installed in the bottom of the piano on the right hand side of the Exhauster Assembly. (UPS Ground Shipping/Insurance: $35.00 maximum amount within the 48 contiguous states.)
Installation Instructions/Diagram/Pictures -click here. To place an order, Click Here.
Designed primarily for players that have already been electrified, this device will shift the transmission from Play to Rewind at the end of the music roll. It is triggered into operation by perforations that are located a few inches past the last playing notes, which are common on almost all music rolls. To view the Installation Instructions, click here. The cost is $172.50, which includes 3 ft of vacuum supply tubing, connecting elbows, trackerbar tubing, and associated mounting hardware. Shipping charge is $19.95 within the US and $48.00 to most overseas countries. Insurance is additional. To place an order, Click Here.
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This is the Automatic Shut-Off and Pushbutton 'On' Device that's part of the Full Automation Kit. It comes with about 8 ft of line cord, required hardware, and instructions for mounting the unit in the spoolbox. This device can be easily wired into an existing electric vacuum pump system, and replaces the regular on-off switch. Cost is $124.00 ea. Minimum Shipping charge is $7.95 within the US. $26.50 to most overseas countries (same conditions apply). To place an order, Click Here.
Player Piano Parts and Supplies: I have literally thousands of miscellaneous parts and supplies for player pianos; some new, some used. If you can't find it anywhere else, send me an email (click here) and I'll try to locate it for you. Since I no longer service or rebuild players, everything I've collected since 1972 is for sale.
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