Aristocrat Hold N'Draw wiring

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bandit60240
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Aristocrat Hold N'Draw wiring

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Hello
I am French and I have one slot Aristocrat Hold N'Draw.
I am looking for the wiring diagram for this machine.
Thanks
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Re: Aristocrat Hold N'Draw wiring

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Never seen one of these in the flesh and would imagine a lot more electronics in there with the hold feature and I guess these machines were into the 1970s. I have lots of Aristocrat parts and guides, but none cover this machine, only basic hopper machines.

Have you pictures of your machine you are able to share? !!THUMBSX2!!
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Re: Aristocrat Hold N'Draw wiring

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..... and I expect the electronics are all wired up to some capacitors and gubbins in the top box.

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Re: Aristocrat Hold N'Draw wiring

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Hello,
No electronic, just switch, relay and coil.
Look


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The back glass is broken


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Top box


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... like I said the top box has gubbins in it.

I can see relays, transformers, lighting ballast, and if you unscrew the knurled knob holding down the lid with the fuse holders on the front I think you'll find a capacitor lurking. Depending on how active it all is and when it was last powered up the capacitor could still curl your teeth.

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Re: Aristocrat Hold N'Draw wiring

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I never knew the mechanical Aristos of this age had a hold and draw feature. Thanks for sharing.
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