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Missing allwin vending mechanisms

Postby bob » Mon Oct 06, 2008 12:50 pm

A friend of mine has an Oliver Whales Selecta Cigarette machine which gives one, two or three single cigarettes as prizes. It is missing the single cigarette delivery system and chute that held the cigarettes. the rest of the payout mechanism is there. Can anyone help with a photo of this mechanism on this or a similar machine?

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Re: Oliver Whales Selecta Cigarette Payout Query

Postby slotalot » Mon Oct 06, 2008 5:05 pm

Hi Bob :D , any chance you can post a photo of the machine, then someone may have a better idea of what is missing from that. :tarah:

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Re: Oliver Whales Selecta Cigarette Payout Query

Postby bob » Sun Oct 12, 2008 1:20 am

Here's some photos that may help.
cheers
Bob
Selecta Cig Payout Mech.JPG
Selecta Cig Front.JPG
Selecta Cig Mech.JPG

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Re: Oliver Whales Selecta Cigarette Payout Query

Postby slotalot » Mon Oct 13, 2008 9:34 am

Bob wrote:A friend of mine has an Oliver Whales Selecta Cigarette machine which gives one, two or three single cigarettes as prizes. It is missing the single cigarette delivery system and chute that held the cigarettes. the rest of the payout mechanism is there. Can anyone help with a photo of this mechanism on this or a similar machine?
Hi Bob :D , You say that all the payout mech is there, I can see from the photo that 2 ball release levers are missing from the payout arm, do you have these :?: they are the bits that make the machine payout 1 -2 or 3 cigarettes by letting you turn the payout knob 1 - 2 or 3 times :oops: .
I can not find a good photo of a cigarette machine so I have posted a photo of a win a polo as it works on the same lines, I have also done a drawing for you, I hope you will be able to work it out from this, good luck... :tarah:
polo_fruits_4_123-1.jpg
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Re: Oliver Whales Selecta Cigarette Payout Query

Postby pennymachines » Mon Oct 13, 2008 11:54 am

Unlike the Selecta Cig, this mechanism (possibly O.W.) pays out automatically when the winning ball pushes the paddle on the right linked via a wire to the cigarette dispenser. I'm not sure whether your hand cranked payout needs slotalot's ratchet and cog, but these pictures give an idea of how the cig dispensing bit might look.
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Re: Oliver Whales Selecta Cigarette Payout Query

Postby bob » Wed Oct 15, 2008 12:49 am

Thanks to slotalot and Pennymachines for their help and all the trouble they have gone to. I had not thought of a revolving drum as a solution. I was aware of the two missing levers and wire linkage as I used to have a Supa Selecta with a similar 123 mechanism with the two extra links missing and had solved that problem then.
Thanks again for your interest and help.
Regards,
Bob

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Re: Oliver Whales Selecta Cigarette Payout Query

Postby arrgee » Wed Oct 15, 2008 8:35 am

Hi Bob, I notice from your first set of pics that this machine looks as if it was originally a coin payout machine as there are pieces of wood blanking what was the payout coin delivery chute system. I am wondering if this machine has been converted in its past life from ordinary allwin to a cig machine with an Oliver Whales backflash added ? Can't put my finger on it, but I wonder if it is an O.W. mechanism or if the case/door is original.

In Slotalots pics, which is one of my machines, the sweetie delivery is obviously quite different. If you would like some close up pics of the mechanism let me know and I will email them to you.

Richard

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Can I get parts for 4-sided allwin?

Postby scottie » Wed Jun 22, 2011 1:36 pm

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Hello everyone,
I'm looking at what I think is called a Square 4. It is missing the payout parts on all the machine so when you win you will not receive your gum, cig. or candy bar.
My question is, can I get these parts or do I have to get them made?

By-the-way, if anyone out there has the parts I need, please let me know,
Thanks,
scottie.
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Re: can i get parts for this?

Postby coin-op » Wed Jun 22, 2011 2:10 pm

Hi Scottie, there was guy who made a few of these parts for Bryans machines a while back, but I think he sold out of what he had and isn't planning to make any more. They are not really available, so you would have to fabricate them. Do you know what maker the four square is, should be able to deduct this from the games in the machine.

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Re: can i get parts for this?

Postby scottie » Wed Jun 22, 2011 2:21 pm

Hi Coin-op,
Yes the machine was made by O.Whales Redcar company....
I think I will need the sliding part that moves the gun/choc bar/cig into the payout bowl.
I figured I would ask here first, but I'm sure they wouldn't be too hard to make or have made.
I do have a WIN-A-GIFT... so I can copy the parts I need for the candy bar one.
I also own a WIN-A-SPANGLES so I can copy that one for the WIN-A-CHEW.
The only one I'm not too sure about is the WIN-A-CIG but I'm sure it is similar, just a different shape and size.
Thanks,
scottie.


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