Question about 313 cash register

2 years 4 months ago #2006 by ncrebay


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    I Just bought a beautiful restored 313 National Cash Register and thrilled to have something as beautiful as this!!! The best restoration job I've ever seen!!! Anyway, I have a question,

    Should I take the counters out of this restored 313 cash register or leave it in? What is the best thing to do.

    Let me know!!!

    Thank you
    ncrebay

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    2 years 4 months ago #2007 by dep


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    I restored this a couple months ago for one of my regular customers.
    The counters should be working well. If not remove the totalizing counter and it will
    never get jammed up.
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    2 years 4 months ago #2059 by ncrebay


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    It's working really well!! Question how do you remove the lid inside the register to remove the total counter?

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    2 years 4 months ago #2061 by dep


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    remove the lid prop. Then remove the 2 screws in the dust cover, if there is a key lock knob remove it also. then using a large screw driver,put it under the bottom edge of the cover and pop it out.
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    2 years 4 months ago - 2 years 4 months ago #2074 by Jeff Kreft


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    Be carefull when prying on the lid to take it out, the glass is so thin it cracks really easily. Also I have found that most of the time the counter just needs a good cleaning. I take the counter and soak the whole thing in a coffee can of wd40, leaving it in there for a couple weeks, sometimes over a couple months depending on how bad its siezed or rusted up. They come out looking like brand new. Kroil oil is better, but also allot more expensive.
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