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#152355 - 09/01/04 10:15 PM The Perm Machine  
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I'm an electrician, and my wife is a hairstylist. I couldn't resist taking a picture of this old school perm machine. This machine is retired and sits in a museum in North Platte, Nebraska.

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#152356 - 09/21/04 02:24 AM Re: The Perm Machine  
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How on EARTH did that thing operate?.
Looks like one of them Aussie cork hats!. [Linked Image]

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#152357 - 09/21/04 03:47 AM Re: The Perm Machine  
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It looks to me as though each roller/clip contains its own individual heating element, hence all the twisted-pair flex running to them.



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