Restore machines

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waugh
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Restore machines

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Hi there, my father gave me a two beautiful machines which need restoring and I’d love to do this soon so that he can see them. Does anyone have any contacts? We are in the north of Scotland, just north of inverness but can travel to get restored. I have a Bryan’s payramid and an allwin de luxe.
Thank you for your help!
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treefrog
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Hi there,

Perhaps share some pictures - may help advise on level of restoration needed.

There are very few professional restorers of slot machines. More enthusiasts who are always willing to help, although there are one or two, obvious one being Henry Powell who is in North East of England.

Welcome by the way. !THUMBS!
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arrgee
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treefrog wrote:obvious one being Henry Powell who is in North East of England.
I thought Henry specialised in bandits. Does he repair allwin type machines as well?
waugh
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Thanks so much for your replies and your welcome. Here are some pictures. They aren’t in bad condition but they aren’t working at the moment due to small children over the years getting their hands on them but they used to work when I was a child. :)
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pennymachines
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They do appear to be in good original condition. !THUMBS!
If you just want to get them working properly, I'm sure you can do that yourself with some pointers from us. Explain/show what's not working and we can go from there.
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john t peterson
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Start with the Allwin De Luxe. Show us some decent pictures of the mechanism inside. Chances are there will be a coin jam or other easy fix. Pictures required.

J Peterson
Allwins for All, USA
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