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Re: Roto-Pool, Roto-Fruit, Rotolite, Electrodart, Bingola, etc.

Postby special when lit » Thu May 30, 2019 3:07 pm

I'd take it on, if it was a bit closer.

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Re: Roto-Pool, Roto-Fruit, Rotolite, Electrodart, Bingola, etc.

Postby brigham » Fri May 31, 2019 12:02 pm

special when lit wrote:
Thu May 30, 2019 3:07 pm
I'd take it on, if it was a bit closer.
It's closer to you, by three miles, than it is to me.
(82 against 85).
I'll not complain if you outbid me. £41 will do it.

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Re: Roto-Pool, Roto-Fruit, Rotolite, Electrodart, Bingola, etc.

Postby brigham » Wed Jun 05, 2019 8:45 am

Well, I thankfully got outbid!
A good rule is 'don't bid until you've studied ALL of the pictures'. It looked quite good in the first two.
Is the new owner on here? Perhaps it isn't totally hopeless after all.
I bought the TELSTAR instead. Further report coming once I've opened the box.

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Re: Roto-Pool, Roto-Fruit, Rotolite, Electrodart, Bingola, etc.

Postby treefrog » Wed Jun 05, 2019 9:17 am

brigham wrote:
Wed Jun 05, 2019 8:45 am
I bought the TELSTAR instead. Further report coming once I've opened the box.
Ha ha excellent !!THUMBSX2!! Let’s see if you have any luck getting it going.....

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Re: Roto-Pool, Roto-Fruit, Rotolite, Electrodart, Bingola, etc.

Postby brigham » Wed Aug 28, 2019 3:01 pm

The TELSTAR is now up-and-running.
It wasn't a major job, once I'd got started. More of a re-commission than a restoration.

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Re: Roto-Pool, Roto-Fruit, Rotolite, Electrodart, Bingola, etc.

Postby treefrog » Thu Aug 29, 2019 11:46 am

brigham wrote:
Wed Aug 28, 2019 3:01 pm
The TELSTAR is now up-and-running.
It wasn't a major job, once I'd got started. More of a re-commission than a restoration.
Hey well done, I have a van load of Jamiesons machines on their way to you ;-)

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Re: Roto-Pool, Roto-Fruit, Rotolite, Electrodart, Bingola, etc.

Postby oneswitch500 » Sat Dec 28, 2019 8:37 pm

This is quite an old bump, but wondering if this from eBay might be a (bulky) solution for failed bi-metallic thermal switches on Jamieson machines, such as Electro Dart. Seems there's quite a few Jamieson's machines that could be brought back to full-life with a fix for the start-up and pay-out/bell relays.

Search eBay on "AC12-380V±10% DC12-48V 50/60Hz Din Rail Time Relay Power On Delay Timer". This is the blurb:

"1. High-end time-controlled chip, precise timing and durability
2. Time relay TH-206 uses advanced large scale integrated circuit
3. Beautiful appearance, exquisite and compact
4. Wide delay range, high accuracy and reliable operation
5. Low power consumption, long life, large contact capacity and easy installation
6. Suitable for all types of automated control systems.


Specification:

Item Type: Relay
Model: TH-206
Voltage: AC12-380V±10% DC12-48V 50/60Hz
Delay Range: 0.1s~99h
Number of Contacts: Delay 2 conversion SPDT (2)
Time Accuracy: ±0.05%
Repeat Error: <0.5%+20ms
Contact Capacity: AC250V DC30V 8A
Action Form: Power-on delay release delay
Scope of Application: Mechanical equipment"


brigham wrote:
Wed Jan 24, 2018 12:59 pm
If you can't get the original thermal-type delay, you could use a Time Delay Relay from here:

Ebay seller " 365bestseller ".

Search for 'Time Delay Relay'. They are made in Japan, and the timing is variable. They come in numerous coil voltages and delay ranges. I've used loads of them.

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Bingola, Jamieson Automatics, part missing

Postby coin_op_drummer » Sat Feb 15, 2020 4:32 pm

Topic moved & merged - Site Admin.

I won this machine at auction a while back. After quite a lot of work it now appears to be fully working with one exception. On the electrical panel next to the relays there is a blank space with two screw holes and two wires that have been cut. Having traced, drawn and analysed the circuit the missing device would appear to activate briefly only upon a win (oscilloscope confirms that on a win there is a single 600 millisecond pulse of 24V). My suspicion is that this would have been a bell that gave a single strike on a win. Can anyone confirm what it was?
Bingola.jpg

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Re: Bingola, Jamieson Automatics, part missing

Postby pennymachines » Sat Feb 15, 2020 4:46 pm

coin_op_drummer wrote:
Sat Feb 15, 2020 4:32 pm
My suspicion is that this would have been a bell that gave a single strike on a win.

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I think so... Check out earlier posts in the topic now merged above.
Also: Jamieson Roto-Pool Manuals with wiring diagram

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Re: Bingola, Jamieson Automatics, part missing

Postby coin_op_drummer » Sat Feb 15, 2020 5:35 pm

Excellent, thanks for your help.


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