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1 year 9 months ago #1829 by thcashregister@msn.com
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I am restoring a model 1080 for a local business. It is a new 100 class machine. Painted black. The department key checks are screwed on not pressed on like the dollar and cent key checks. I have talked to Bob and Todd and the have never seen any of these. Has anyone?
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1 year 9 months ago #1830 by buyselltradecashregisters
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yes i have seen them a few times over the last 25 years.
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1 year 9 months ago #1831 by NAV
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I have parted out some machines with screwed on key check rings, but don't remember which model's they were from.
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1 year 9 months ago #1832 by thcashregister@msn.com
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Glad someone has seen them. The guy was very happy to get it fixed and restored. Now I use the money I received for my work for a 1889 model two woodie that I am have the wood restored. I have the mech. completely done myself. I will post pics this week of it. He is almost finished.
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1 year 9 months ago #1834 by Dick Witcher
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A lot of machines had the screw on key caps in the clerk or department rows so they could be changed or replaced. You will see them on the 500/900 series on the 3 trip keys. The early 1900 had them in these 2 rows. they later went to the rivet ones which were perminent..
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1 year 8 months ago #1891 by dep
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I saw a 1000 class today at a movie prop house today where I was repairing their non working machines, and the entire left row had screw on caps and roman numbers I-IX. It was a painted black machine
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