Man, the company must have been crazy to start such a project.
But they worked fine after restoration,
suddenly it became a beautiful machine and lots of fun to play.
Jo van Dongen
You're not far wrong. Mills lost a considerable amount of money because of the machine. However, one of the Mills brothers who was a regional manager in California was able to make some engineering changes to the machine that caused it to work reliably, and then it became popular, helping Mills to recover from the debacle.
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