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pennymachines
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Misplaced queries

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A few members who joined this site never found their way to the Forum and posted their queries using the Arena 'Submit an article' link, so I've moved them here. If any elicit replies, I'll split the topics accordingly. I'll also let these members know about this topic.
teddy5656
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Repair and restoration help needed

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Posted in Arena: 24/08/2020

I have just purchased a Cromptoms Tooty Fruity Silver Award Machine 2p.

Does anybody have a schematic diagram and or know any supplier of spare parts especially relays for the machine? Also any tips on restoring the cabinet.
tracy
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Joined: Sat Aug 22, 2020 7:10 am

Carfield Club Nudger

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Posted in Arena: 03/09/2020

Hi, I have a vintage Carfield Club Nudger 1970, and would like to know if there was another one around to compare. Thank you.
sgtmfitz13
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Joined: Wed Oct 21, 2020 3:03 am

Arisocrat Nevada

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Posted in Arena: 21/10/2020

I am trying to source the cash drawer that goes under my machine. I am in the States. Any leads would be appreciated. Mike
ulrich
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British Automatic Company – What kind of machine is it?

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Posted in Arena: 09/11/2020

Hello to everybody,
I am Ulrich from Germany and I am collecting old pre-war coin operated machines from all over the world.
I have the possibility to buy a machine of the British Automatic Company, probably from 1910.
Now I have the question to you, what kind of machine is it? What was sold by this machine? Can someone help me to find out more about this machine?
BTW: The seller wants to have around 450 Pounds (500 Euro). Is the Price acceptable?
Regards
Ulrich
Guest
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Looking for a motor for my brenco ring machine

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Posted in Arena: 21/07/2021

We wanted to speed the motor up as it was really slow, so took it to the local rewind factory before lockdown. Sadly they have misplaced the motor, and we had no pictures or markings to locate a new one. Please, if anyone can point me on the right track to finding one, I would be extremely happy as it’s a popular machine in our arcade.
Guest
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Bridge Transporter Digger was produced by Bonzini & Sopransi in 1936

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Posted in Arena: 21/07/2021

Hi
I have a Bridge Transporter Digger by Bonzini & Sopransi in 1936 and it is in pieces and i was hoping some one could send me some pictures of a working mechanism and the picture of the rigging .
Regards
Dave
Guest
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Re: Misplaced queries

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Posted in Arena: 21/07/2021

Hi there have recently purchased a duchess mark 1 fruit machine I am in the process of stripping and respirating wonder if anyone knows of original colours they were in.
julie
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Old Vintage “Shoot” mechanical amusement game by Nostalgic Machines

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Posted in Arena: 18/09/2021

I have a Old Vintage “Shoot” mechanical amusement game by Nostalgic Machines. The Footballer is missing has broken, just his foot remains. Otherwise all works fine. I am looking for someone to repair it by making a new one, if possible and if someone could give me an idea of how much its worth as it is please. Thank you.
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brigham
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Re: Repair and restoration help needed

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teddy5656 wrote: Wed Sep 22, 2021 12:52 pm Posted in Arena: 24/08/2020

I have just purchased a Cromptoms Tooty Fruity Silver Award Machine 2p.

Does anybody have a schematic diagram and or know any supplier of spare parts especially relays for the machine? Also any tips on restoring the cabinet.
I've just taken delivery of one of these, from Swallow Amusements. It looks to have been outshopped ready for service, complete with Gamblers' Helpline sticker!
There are two kinds of relay; the usual plug-in type, plus a number of printed-circuit types on plug-in boards.
If you tell me what your machine ISN'T doing, I'll go and have a look at what it SHOULD be doing, if you see what I mean.
Do you have the Silver Award on the bottom row only, or does yours have the third column as well?
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