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Re: Problems on two Sega Windsor machines

Postby horiane » Thu Oct 26, 2017 6:22 pm

The Mad Money is almost fixed: the jackpot is OK, it works fine.

I identified the 18 combinations problem: it pays 14 because it can't pay more. The upper 4 coins slide can't be pushed by the finger because the notch is too large (the finger is the wrong one to free the all slides).

But I noticed that when the tube is full, the slides can stop because a coin isn't in the right position (because of the weight of the coins in the tube ?).

For the Crazy Bells, I cannot test the JP because of a part not fixed in the machine. And the hard spot is always here. I'll really try to adjust solenoid effects. I'll see.

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Re: Problems on two Sega Windsor machines

Postby horiane » Sun Oct 29, 2017 4:42 pm

Hello all.

Today, I cleaned up the Mad Money. It works pretty well. I really like it. !!THUMBSX2!!

But the lower glass is a bit flaky. Treefrog, you said you have glasses for these machines. Do you have a nice one for the Mad Money ?

I'd want to swap between the two machines the part circled on the photo but I don't know how to remove it. How can I do ?

And last question : I try to find a piece of furniture as base for the machine. Which one would be better for that ? Where do you put yours ?
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Re: Problems on two Sega Windsor machines

Postby coppinpr » Sun Oct 29, 2017 5:38 pm

What will you gain by swapping the coin entry over to the other machine? Is it in much better condition? The original one looks like it would clean up as far as I can see?
Of course the easiest way would be to swap mech (a) into case (b). Not an option?

Machine stands! I've seen everything used, several are for sale on Ebay UK right now! I had the one in the photo made but I've also bought small cupboards and record cabinets that look identical in second hand shops. The ones on Ebay always seem too expensive these days.
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Re: Problems on two Sega Windsor machines

Postby badpenny » Sun Oct 29, 2017 6:35 pm

I keep my machines on the floor of a friend's spare room, covered in bags of rubbish and dust.

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Re: Problems on two Sega Windsor machines

Postby coppinpr » Sun Oct 29, 2017 9:32 pm

I take it some of these will be at Coventry this year listed as, "constantly in use and regularly serviced, one of my favourites, I don't want to part with it but need the space."

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Re: Problems on two Sega Windsor machines

Postby badpenny » Mon Oct 30, 2017 12:23 pm

Don't be ridiculous you blithering fool.
I'm happy to give it all to you free, if you turn up.

I didn't know you collected dust and bags of rubbish, but who am I to judge? !PUZZLED!

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Re: Problems on two Sega Windsor machines

Postby horiane » Mon Oct 30, 2017 12:29 pm

coppinpr wrote:
Sun Oct 29, 2017 5:38 pm
What will you gain by swapping the coin entry over to the other machine? Is it in much better condition? The original one looks like it would clean up as far as I can see?
Of course the easiest way would be to swap mech (a) into case (b). Not an option?
The Mad Money is the machine that will be in my "gameroom". The other one, the "fake" Crazy Bells will be the parts reserve because: I can't solve the hard spot problem, I must create a missing part and the case isn't as good as the Mad Money one.

For the coin entry, I'd want to change the little glass with the coin type (the Mad Money working with 5p two) but I can't. I can't open the Crazy Bells coin entry because of the little ring on the photo. I opened the Mad Money one because there isn't this ring.

How can I remove the ring or is it possible to proceed differently to open the coin entry ?

Nice stand. It fits perfectly with your machine!
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Re: Problems on two Sega Windsor machines

Postby radiochrissie » Mon Oct 30, 2017 4:44 pm

If you remove the coin detector mech first, you can then pull down the eject button from the inside far enough to release the coin acceptor on the top.

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Re: Problems on two Sega Windsor machines

Postby coppinpr » Mon Oct 30, 2017 8:08 pm

badpenny wrote:
Sun Oct 29, 2017 6:35 pm
...covered in bags of rubbish and dust.
Sorry, I thought this meant they were IN the bags of rubbish and dust. If they are I'll defiantly take them, I don't mind getting my hands dirty. Is my Columbia one of these? Must be covered in dust by now. :-(

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Re: Problems on two Sega Windsor machines

Postby badpenny » Mon Oct 30, 2017 10:28 pm

Didn't you buy your Columbia back last April? ...... somebody did.


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