The Super Love Test, a companion to the Bradfort Gypsy had been converted when I got it, from “spinning” through a number of choices (ie flashing various light globes to settling in one result by a mechanical mechanism) to rather boringly, just going to one light bulb and lighting it for a set brief period. It had a Formica alteration in its centre front which I left unaltered. I think this eliminated separate men’s and women’s coin entries.
It was most unusual for a wall machine, clearly meant to be screwed onto a wall, in that the only way to get at the mechanism was to unscrew the machine from the wall and unlock its back door to access the mechanism. Fortunately in 20 years of operation at a busy city location, I never had occasion to do this.
In order to replace the “attract” light, a 240 volt pilot lamp which was on all the time, or one of the 6 volt globes, I would have to unscrew the roof of the machine and take the silk screened glass out in order to accomplish this. Similarly the original Bradfort Gypsy, but not my copies of it, was in a cabinet that was only accessible by taking it off the wall and unlocking the back door.