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calf28
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Whales Strato-Play. Can you help?

Postby calf28 » Fri Sep 20, 2013 9:58 am

Hello All,
I'm new to this fantastic site and looks like the perfect place to try and sort out the problems with my machine. Everything works ok apart from the pay-out. There seems to be part(s) missing, I can see screw holes by the pay-out cup and marks where something has been. I'm at a loss to know how it works, Can anyone help me please.
Regards, John
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Re: Whales Strato-Play. Can you help?

Postby slotalot » Fri Sep 20, 2013 10:16 am

Hi John, welcome to the forum :D
Your machine is missing the payout hopper and coin chutes, this is what your machine should look like. :tarah:
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Re: Whales Strato-Play. Can you help?

Postby badpenny » Fri Sep 20, 2013 11:56 am

Hi John ..... glad you arrived. I don't imagine eBay will keep your auction running for long as you're not actually selling anything, which is just as well really for when I saw it a bunch of numpties were already bidding on it. :didact:

Slotalot has confirmed what I said but better still can actually show you what is missing.

Depending on how handy you are the missing bits can be made out of tubing and bending tinware.
However if you want to try a wanted advert then as a member you can place one for free in MARKET which you'll see in the border on the far left hand side of your screen.

Your membership of the forum isn't sufficient to place an advert, however if you follow this link you can complete your registration .......

Click here and follow the details

I don't know if it's any help to you but in Coventry November 23 we run a slottie auction which may have allwin bits & bobs.
Also check out this site which is run by one of our members http://www.allwinspares.co.uk/ It might inspire you as to your options.

Welcome on board

Badpenny :cool:


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