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  1. Another nice original example, still on old coins and 5p tokens... https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/284456581506?hash=item423aeef982:g:6iAAAOSwE2FhRbxl
  2. The Link 3 will be an early version of PCL maxi along with this 1982 Emperor club (MPU pic) which has the same board. Because the Money Drop is on £4 payout has to be at least an 87 game so expect by then the the board was more compact.
  3. Yes I would be correct in saying your machine was built first.😁
  4. All cash Super Nudge Gambler with some companies own glass and reel band change. BF symbols replaced to remove it's identity. Is what it is really and another version of SNG to collect @ £220 https://www.facebook.com/marketplace/item/596056861414378/
  5. Another on the Facebook marketplace. Great game It it's original condition and looks complete inside, still on old money but the main glass has just about had it. Although electro machines are steadily increasing in price, Whether this one will get the £350 asking price could be too high. https://www.facebook.com/marketplace/item/370202454763222/
  6. So many 70s machines had the same name used by all the companies which is great to get the pictures to match the name to the actual machine.
  7. Genuine Bell fruit production, Zig Zag is 15p cash 50p tokens followed by Cross Over £1 tokens. Under all the dirt the glass is flaking in a few places but if that's all is wrong then a cheap affordable machine is a breath of fresh air. Nobles and a few others made clones or conversions on these games. Strange why it has not been snapped up as advertised since beginning of August.
  8. That 10p token reminds me of the great machines JPM were producing that accepted not only that but the 5p tokens too. The playing card symbols, the coloured roundels with the JPM logo and the JPM embossed start button.
  9. The problem I have with Brenco machines are the all 240vac operation are lethal. Apart from the artwork the inner workings always look like they were cobbled together from odd bits in someone's shed. No H&S when these machines were built. A burned out reel solenoid will be hard enough to find a replacement but before fitting I would find out what caused the first one to burn out. Good Brenco machines are not exactly thin on the ground these days so with this one not having much going in it's favour, I would have placed it at a low auction start
  10. whoever buys this one has work to do to get it up and running again. Main glass is a re-print and has a burned out reel solenoid then there is the rust. https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/265303049761?hash=item3dc54b4621:g:OjAAAOSwuslhN4KK
  11. Not missing the start button as that was another change from the engraved start and small hold buttons to those fitted on the Money Multiplier. Whether all those subtle changes had something to do with it but this machine was not as popular as Superchance.
  12. This was the sister machine to Super Chance... Mid 70s Money Multiplier JPM club electro... https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/265302420573?hash=item3dc541ac5d:g:98UAAOSwy2dhNxI8
  13. One of their many Bf conversions, This one fitted with the Up & Down nudge. Good auction start. https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/393553150684?hash=item5ba19882dc:g:dgMAAOSwFy9hLi9x
  14. On the payout problem, Remove one wire from the reel motor and test all the different win lines by manually setting the symbols on the win line and play the credit. As the reel motor is disconnected the reel solenoids will lift and drop as normal but reels won't spin and machine will play the game and payout the set win. This will show how many win lines are correct and those not paying out. You can remove one wire from all three reel solenoids rather than motor for same result.
  15. Cs1 should be the first one and nearest the motor end of control timer, Cs 21 is the last one on the payout timer so opposite end to motor.
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