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Their is directly a option in youtube to upload your videos when you want to upload it browse the video and then please give the path of ur cd drive

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The magazine tubes that I am familiar with had a sort of tube within a tube. (Old Winchester .22 pump)
To load you would push in, twist, and pull out the Inner tube, slide in a bunch of .22 long rifle shells (pointy end in the same direction as the muzzle), and then push the Inner tube back in place. Ther was an internal spring with a sliding cover that provided the "push" to move the shells into the loading mechanism when the pump was cycled.
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Here i have added picture of Wurlitzer 1015 rear side picture. from this picture you can identify which side you have to remove to see the tubes. In th picture you can see the tubes. two out put tubes. one rectifier and two pre amp tubes(black).

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There is a video showing you how to download cd form youtube.You need to go to the following link and watch


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KRPScZt4Cwo
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Going to move my Wurlitzer 1015 300 miles. What do I have to do to stabalize the unit on the inside? Ron


If this is the original 1015 jukebox from 1945/46, plays either 24 X 45RPM or 78RPM records, then you need to remove all the records and their trays, secure the tone arm with some tape to its post, make sure the amplifier is locked in place, and then I would put an old sleeping bag or similar (pillow) into the space to the right of the record stack to prevent the turntable platter from banging up when you lay the machine on its back for transportation. Put a bit of tape on the straight bubble tubes to stop them from sliding out of their heaters - do this at the top of the tube and just leave the tape in place permanently.
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The tubes are standard "twist" fit, turn the tube about a quarter and it should come out. I had a couple of tubes go around a year ago, I got new ones from Ring Lighting of Leeds, you should be able to get them from one of the DIY sheds (B&Q etc)
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