Electro-mechanical Wall Machines

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Top Ten by Jamiesons, Circa 1962

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Olympic, Penny Arcade Machine ,Maker Unknown , Electro Mechanical 1968

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Hi Stu
I have got myself a Jamiesons Starlet that i am going to rebuild ... its slightly different to the one that you have in the video in that it has a Bell also the selector seems to have been rebuilt at some point as it is on a clear plastic sheet instead of the paxolin board
Please could i ask you for some advice

I need to replace some of the GPO relays ...

Do you know if there a specific type ( ohms / model number etc ... ) that Jamiesons used ?
and would you have any Electrical drawings available for the Jamiesons machines that could help me with the fault finding ?
Any help would be greatly appreciated
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Love your youtube channel ... very entertaining and informative and im always looking forward to the next installment

all the best ...
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Hello Dicky Wink, It's not Stu who does the videos, Stu is a friend of mine who has managed to get most of my machines fully working As i know nothing at all about these electrical items, The Starlet in my video has now been sold , Glad you enjoy watching my videos of the machines, I enjoy doing them , The right machines are now getting harder to find, but hopefully we will have another video film soon.
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Hi Rippys and sorry about the mixup ... and also for asking for info in the wrong part of the forum ( which i realised after i had posted but could not delete ) yes your Videos are great and very enjoyable ... love the fact that you show the internals as well as the game running ... thankyou for sharing your collection ...

i have bought some Nos GPO relays and im planning on rebuilding the Starlet and drawing a wiring diagram for it, which i will post here when completed ... so hopefully it will also help others in the future

again many thanks and keep up the good work

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The wiring diagram would be a great help to me. I've got an Autofruit, which is almost identical to your machine, that needs a rewire.
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As always Rob, your videos are as excellent as your taste in amusement machinery.

What a cracker!

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I'll second that, with still a love for playing them, after all that's what they are for isn't it?
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