Introduced in early 1913, the Amberola V employed well made, heavy duty components, in contrast to the series of Amberolas produced after the great factory fire of 1914.
A large flywheel on the mandrel shaft helped to stabilize rotation. Pinning for an automatic stop was threaded into the carriage rod. A telescoping arm connected to a Diamond A reproducer.
Amberola V, lid closed.
Amberola V upper mechanism. The carriage rode across a double shaft.
Large gear cover removed, showing the flywheel and upperworks. The governor was mounted above the bedplate.
Details of the motor under the bedplate. The spring appears to be shared with the Home model.
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