Jubilee Mk. 14.

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brigham
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Jubilee Mk. 14.

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Does anyone know what a Jubilee Mk. 14 is, before I do something I'm likely to regret?
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Do you mean Mk12 not 14?
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It's on eBay.
I need some help in NOT buying it!
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Don't remember seeing one of these before.
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It looks like it has a hopper payout, which means complicated electrics.
I already have a Grosvenor Electronic which I can't fathom out. I really ought to stick to all-mechanical types in future.
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I live in Australia and was born into the coin-op world since 1969, and have never seen a working hopper Aristocrat poker machine...... ever!!! As I tell all the customers that ask me to work on early electronic machines, imagine going to your local computer repairman and asking them to fix a circa late '70s device and make it reliable.........they'd laugh you out of the workshop, just as I do to them. !!JUNK!! !!JUNK!! !!JUNK!! !!JUNK!! !!JUNK!! !!JUNK!! !!JUNK!! !!JUNK!! To quote Mad Max 2 "Just walk away...."
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That sounds like good advice!
Thanks.
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