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Re: Pilwin Restoration

Postby brianh » Thu Jun 11, 2020 10:00 pm

I acquired a Pilwin 56 last year and have just got round to looking at bringing it back to life. The backflash was beyond repair so have had to replace that but otherwise all fittings seem to be original apart from a conversion at some time in the past to new pence - shame, as the original 1d slot is there but I don't have the parts or practical manufacturing ability to switch it back (somehow the light clink of a new penny doesn't have the same satisfying feel/sound of the old pennies).

It has 3 alternative payout fittings and I'm wondering if someone can let me know what number or word is missing from one of these, alongside the 6 and 2, as pic attached, as you will see that the paint has worn from this area. By dropping a ball into the gap to the right of the picture of this fitting I get a payout of 2 coins and a free ball but don't know if that is the intention.

Any advice or pic would be appreciated please as I've been unable to find anything on the site or on google.
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Re: Pilwin Restoration

Postby pennymachines » Thu Jun 11, 2020 10:47 pm

Hi brian, take at look at the video that accompanies the Pilwin in the Museum. It shows all three payout cowls. There should be two slides (1 coin & 2 coin) to cover the payout options: Win - Win - Win (all 1s), 3 - 1 - 2, and 6 - 2 - 4.

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Re: Pilwin Restoration

Postby brianh » Fri Jun 12, 2020 9:31 am

Many thanks PM! Just what I needed. !!THUMBSX2!!


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