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Allwin payout slide mechanism

Postby rigg » Tue May 20, 2008 7:44 am

hi, a newbie here.. i'm after a part for an Allwins . the part that collects the coins for payouts and operates on a slide mechanism.. i have a few machines but no spares... anyone able to come to my rescue? many thanks
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Re: Allwin payout slide mechanism

Postby badpenny » Tue May 20, 2008 8:11 am

Howdy and welcome to the forum.

Suggest you post two photos.
One of the playfield, so we can more easily identify the manufacturer and model.
One of the mechanism so we can see exactly what is missing.

I (like many of us) have boxes full of rusty bits ..... errrr .... I mean ...... valuable, never to be found again spare parts.

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Re: Allwin payout slide mechanism

Postby slotalot » Tue May 20, 2008 8:13 am

Hi, :D I can not help you with the part you want,but it would help others if you can say what make your allwin is,or post a photo of the back of the allwin door so we can see what is missing :eek: ,good luck with the search.

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Re: Allwin payout slide mechanism

Postby rigg » Fri Jul 18, 2008 2:47 am

Badpenny wrote:Howdy and welcome to the forum.

Suggest you post two photos.
One of the playfield, so we can more easily identify the manufacturer and model.
One of the mechanism so we can see exactly what is missing.

I (like many of us) have boxes full of rusty bits ..... errrr .... I mean ...... valuable, never to be found again spare parts.

Badpenny
hi badpenny, i have tried to get a couple of pictures of my 'lucky twelve' for all to see and hopefully help out with parts, but i,m bu---ered if i can figure out how to attach them to this forum??!! frustrating, as i am not ;that' thick usually with this stuff. anyway , if you could direct me to the set-up of this i will gladly post ... maybe even more pics of my collection. cheers

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Re: Allwin payout slide mechanism

Postby JC » Fri Jul 18, 2008 10:21 am

Hello Rigg. Just click on Browse, this will open your picture files, then sellect which picture you want to post and click on Attach.

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Re: Allwin payout slide mechanism

Postby arrgee » Wed Jul 23, 2008 11:49 am

Is there still a 250 kb picture size limit on the forum?

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Re: Allwin payout slide mechanism

Postby badpenny » Wed Jul 23, 2008 12:48 pm

Rigg (or anybody really) if you want to send your photos to me at my private email I'll then put them on for you.
the address is: -
zenataomm
at
mail2
crazydotcom

Decypher the above back into what you'd expect a mail address to look like and that should work..... hopefully it will also confuddle the trawling spambots. :wink:

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Re: Allwin payout slide mechanism

Postby pennymachines » Wed Jul 23, 2008 5:43 pm

The picture file size limit is a very generous 4 MB - so 250 KB should be no problem provided your connection isn't too slow.
As JC says - just click Browse from the message posting form, select the image file (jpg, jpeg, gif etc.) from your computer and click Open in the pop-up window. Then you can click Add the file or, if you have finished your message, Submit.

Forum member Retreeva has a large supply of allwin spares.

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Re: Allwin payout slide mechanism

Postby badpenny » Wed Aug 06, 2008 1:45 pm

Here are the photos that Rigg has sent me reference his Allwin identification and missing bits problem: -

Over to you guys
lucky_12-3.jpg
lucky12-9.jpg

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Re: Allwin payout slide mechanism

Postby rigg » Thu Aug 07, 2008 6:37 am

thanks badpenny for posting my pictures,,,,
i would also like to find the best way to glue? the split and warped face plastic?
i am also missing the 'pennies only ' label above the slot entry if there is one of these around?


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