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    Default Re: A thingummyjig

    You might have to read the entire thread Larry.
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    Default Re: A thingummyjig

    Quote Originally Posted by handrawn View Post
    45 rpm records and LP records had exactly the same centre hole, for playing on a turntable, when bought over the counter at the record shop... but you were able to punch out the centre of a 45 rpm single so that it could be used in a jukebox

    so if you bought ex-jukebox records you then needed one of these to replace the punched out bit for your turntable

    not that I was old enogh to buy juke-box records at the time

    [now where did I put that diamond ring...]


    very nice drawing Bob
    I didn't know that. Learned something new today
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    Quote Originally Posted by ss-kalm View Post
    You might have to read the entire thread Larry.
    I did Keith.

    I remember owning those and also a tall one that slipped over the skinny 331/3 spindle so it acted the same as a dedicated 45rpm turntable, of course the turntable had to have select-able speeds. be it 331/3 or 45. It worked like a charm.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ss-kalm View Post
    You might have to read the entire thread Larry.
    I did Keith.

    I remember owning those and also a tall one that slipped over the skinny 331/3 spindle so it acted the same as a dedicated 45rpm turntable, of course the turntable had to have select-able speeds. be it 331/3 or 45. It worked like a charm.
    Larry a.k.a wizard509

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    Default Re: A thingummyjig

    this is why xara is failing
    we're all geriatrics
    If someone tried to make me dig my own grave I would say No.
    They're going to kill me anyway and I'd love to die the way I lived:
    Avoiding Manual Labour.

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    Default Re: A thingummyjig

    Quote Originally Posted by Big Frank View Post
    this is why xara is failing
    we're all geriatrics
    Hey! what did you say, can you speak up Frank

    Stygg

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    Default Re: A thingummyjig

    He said "WE"RE ALL GERIATRICS"
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    Default Re: A thingummyjig

    Nicely drawn, Bob. It's been years since I've seen one.

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    Default Re: A thingummyjig

    a scribble from way back when
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    Default Re: A thingummyjig

    I'm sure I have seen your graphic before, Frank. The reason I remember is that I wasn't sure then (and I'm still not now) is whether the nose has flared nostrils, or it is an Hercule Poirot syle moustache. Both work equally well for me.

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