Electromatic Wheel-Em-In

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Re: Electromatic Wheel-Em-In

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moonriver wrote: Wed Aug 26, 2020 9:43 pm ...maybe it just flashes the squares instead and stops on a win like the Skittles machine?
That's what I was saying, in so many words...
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Re: Electromatic Wheel-Em-In

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If it has uniselectors, it's likely to be a flasher.
I wonder how the 'LOSE' indication works. On the only EdiStan machine I have, (Greyhound Stadium), the loser is shown when the odds and the winning dog don't match.
Perhaps a hidden word 'LOST' lights up when the table has stopped flashing. I can't see the punter wearing it for very long!
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Re: Electromatic Wheel-Em-In

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moonriver wrote: Wed Aug 26, 2020 9:43 pmSo if this Wheel-Em-In doesn't tilt the play field maybe it just flashes the squares instead and stops on a win like the Skittles machine?
YEP that's all it does !SHY!
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Re: Electromatic Wheel-Em-In

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Yes indeed, seems like a big cabinet for little action, when a wall mounted one would have done the job.
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And they are asking £280 for it not working........
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Re: Electromatic Wheel-Em-In

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I wasn't aware that it was for sale...
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