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Re: To repaint my Sega Bell or leave original?

Postby badpenny » Sun Dec 22, 2013 1:08 pm

treefrog wrote:Not sure the difference between an A and B, the pictures are the same.....C and D the cabinets look very different...I am guessing 99% we see today are type D. The early one's have the reel window columns, I have never seen one in my 6 years of collecting, has anyone?

Not on a Sega, but I have a Mills Hi-top with them.
Mick Harris Snr suggested it was a USA domestic model not normally for export.
It has a 6d denomination button riveted in place, I've often been tempted to see what's under it.
Also the trim around the payout tray is not standard.

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Re: To repaint my Sega Bell or leave original?

Postby glittering-prize67 » Tue Mar 31, 2020 1:00 pm

Unless you are stripping mech be careful using paraffin. I have found it can sometimes react with old grease and it sets like concrete. When I did my KB Discomatics I used gunk applied with a brush, then rinse or wipe off ready for new lube. As for painting, I always do, but that's my preference. Unless it looks pretty good anyway.


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