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Challenging Bradley Challenger

Postby pinbot1 » Wed Feb 26, 2020 8:12 pm

My first post!
A while ago I bought a Bradley Challenger in bits. All parts are there (except one brass slider which was for the blanked off central 6 coin drop anyway). Having degreased and generally cleaned, I am now at a stage of putting this back together.
It isn’t proving very easy sadly. I have tried various methods and sequences of putting the chrome coin slides and back together but can’t quite work it out.

Has anyone got any tips as to how to begin to reassemble this? I was trying to avoid taking anything apart more.

I’ve attached some photos.

Many thanks Kneale
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Re: Challenging Bradley Challenger

Postby pennymachines » Thu Feb 27, 2020 1:49 pm

Have you looked at the detailed images in this thread? Maybe some clues there.

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Re: Challenging Bradley Challenger

Postby pedroofn19 » Sun Mar 08, 2020 1:57 pm

I had the same problem, but I did manage to get it all back together. As far as I can remember they have to go in order. The long thin lever next to the chute you are putting back needs to be in the correct position, so the brass bit goes onto the cut out of the chute. Once you have done one the rest just go back the same way. I hope that makes sense. I will add a pic so you can see.

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