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Please alle me to introduce mezelf. I have no stealth, but do have some taste. Especially in eighties and early nineties fruitmachines and pinnballmachines. Nu name is Mischa Neuteboom, a single father of a 14year old angel named Angel. We live in Amsterdam and what used to be a bad habbit, playing fruitmachines while smoking and drinking, has turned into a fun hobby, in which my daughter is also becoming an enthousiastic player. I was directed to this platform for lovers of fruitmachines by a friend, who runs a simular Facebookpage. In the Netherlands we mostly have JPM, Barcrest and Bellfruitmachines. However these models are different than the ones in the UK though. At home I have a Blackjack by Barcrest which is played almost daily. Last week I thought I had found myself a jewel. A Project Coin Machines Ltd. called Chico the Bandit. The cabinet is near mint and the owner told me it was running well and we made a deal. As I arrived to pick it up, he told me that for the first time it would not start and ensured me it must be a fuse only. I took it home, took it upstairs and had a closer look. The batteryleakage was there. That was a great disappointment, especially when the people on the Dutch platform told me not to keep hopes up trying to find another PC-92-108-003 MpU board. But, your moderator does have good hopes I will find what I am looking for here 😀.. So if you have read this boring introduction and are able to help me please do. Best regards , Mischa Neuteboom.
well the buyer of the win a mill called tonight and asked me if i could to a little conversion on the machine so this is what i am doing.removing the big box of the bottom lukily this only houses the two speakers on this cab, so the the speakers will go in the top hood either side and the box will be thrown and the machine will sit on the top piece of board so of i go
Hi, I am a real novice who would have no hope of getting a machine working myself - I am hoping to buy win-a-gain and windfall but would need to ask someone to take on the restoration to get both or just one (hopefully win-a-gain) working. http://www.fruitemu.co.uk/ib/index.php?/topic/9409-mpu3-sale/ windfall is complete but not working.condition not to bad but will need frame painting and a clean up.the cabnet has afew knocks and dings etc.the win-a -gain however has tubes missing and has some art work peel,so would only be good for spares i suppose Would anyone like to take this job on for me, please - I am happy to have the machines delivered to you, let me know your thoughts and how much cash you would want for the job (knowing it would be an estimate without seeing the machines themselves) Please help me save a classic machine! Thanks Colin