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2011-01-17 20:27:11
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I'm sorry, but no, once a Vocaloid serial number is used on one computer, it is no longer able to be used again. The VOCALOID serial number is a one and only thing. If it is used by another computer, then it will give out an error. If you purchase a VOCALOID you will not have this problem. So if you want a VOCALOID, you'll have to buy it.


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Well the serial number is really designed for the company to track where the item was made, and the style of the item. I do not know of a website where you can enter the number. You can contact your local store and they can help you with the serial number

I do not know about the serial number but I have a Wurlitzer and it is worth 2,000 and it is really old. Hope this helped.

I do not know about the serial number but my Wurlitzer is worth 2,000 and it is really old. I hope this helped.

i dont have your answer but i have one serial number 319536... upright piano needs restoration couple of the black keys are halfway broken but i played a song and it really didnt sound bad at all. i just want a number to someone i can call

$100-$450, depending on exactly what model you have, and condition. The serial number really does not give us any information.

By the serial number, this isn't a light 12. Nor is the serial number correct. There are one too many numbers in the sequence, if it really does start with the letter "B". Please check and reask the question.

The serial number isn't really useful in giving a value. Post a new question and include information like the series (date) and condition.

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really old!! or fake or homemade <><><> Serial numbers on rifles and shotguns were not required by law until the 1968 Gun Control Act. I have a few dozen in my collection that have never HAD a serial number- and yes, it is legal.

The percentage of a partial bill really has little to do with its value. Any bill is worth its face value if it contains a complete serial number and any part of the other serial number.

Usually, not a lot. Really expensive bikes will usually be registered by equipment level, point of sale and original customer linked to the serial number. But for a normally priced bike, if you know the manufacturer, the serial number will tell you the year of manufacture and that's about it.

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Way after WWII. The srial number lists get really bad after 1945.

Depends.. does it play, sound board intact, scratches, pins not glued in, you really can't tell with just a name and a serial number.

It is really hard to say because you have to know the condition, how many accessories, what kind of manual and if the serial number is in fact a Centennial Serial number for a Singer 301.

It would really help if you stated the model number. Also most older Benjamin serial numbers began with a "B" or "H" or "T".

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Not sure what the question here really is but the serial number is "M" means made in Mexico and "Z" is the designation for the year 2000 the number 5 after the "Z" makes it a 2005. So , you have a 2005 made in Mexico Fender Guitar.

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No way to really value with just the sn.

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