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siggy101
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Games Inc King Tap

Postby siggy101 » Mon Jul 18, 2011 8:42 pm

Hi all, just joined and was wondering if anyone has a drawing or any info on a Games Inc King Tap I just got.
It works OK, but looking at it I think it has been modified in the past to just work on new penny. There seems to be some redundant bonus units inside.
Any info would be a great help.

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Re: Games Inc King Tap

Postby pennymachines » Thu Jul 21, 2011 12:07 pm

Hi and welcome to the Forum.
I suspect you've already seen this... It does show some of the workings.
A manual for King Tap is available here: http://www.extraball.co.uk/fez/oldmanuals.php



See also:
http://www.coin.demon.co.uk/iow.htm
http://www.invaluable.com/auction-lot/a ... eac4ea78a9
http://www.keysauctions.co.uk/results.p ... =&st=&p=34

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king tap machine

Postby tojo3005 » Mon Jan 02, 2012 7:29 pm

Topic merged - Site Admin

I was at my dad's the other day and noticed his slot machine, a Games Inc. (USA) "King Tap" Electric Fruit Machine, 60 or token play, circa 1960s, 24 1/2" wide, 54" tall.
I decided to look into it a bit further.
Can anyone tell me about it?
Is it worth much etc. It's in great cond and still working.

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Re: king tap machine

Postby grabber » Mon Jan 02, 2012 7:54 pm

Can you post a picture? If it's an American game, try John Papa at Jukebox Exchange.

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Re: king tap machine

Postby badpenny » Mon Jan 02, 2012 8:02 pm

Hi Tojo3005 ......... Welcome to the Forum. Most of the members here will be interested in machines of that vintage, but most of us prefer purely mechanical slots and try to avoid electrical. However having said that there is also a a strong band of electro-mech collectors who may be able to give you answers.
You don't say where you are , which is likely to affect the value question so ... UK/USA/Europe?

Also is this the machine?

King Tap

If so it does look interesting, very different.

I'll bow out now and wait for those that have the expertise to arrive.

Badpenny

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Re: king tap machine

Postby tojo3005 » Mon Jan 02, 2012 9:37 pm

badpenny wrote:You don't say where you are , which is likely to affect the value question so ... UK/USA/Europe?
Hi,
New to this, sorry.
I am in Scotland, central belt. That's the very one, it's a 1 penny game, the date on the back is 1967. I'll post a pic soon, it's on my phone and I can't get it on the computer. I'll take my camera next time.
Thanks for the replies.

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Re: Games Inc King Tap

Postby jingle » Tue Jan 03, 2012 9:06 pm

I HAVE ONE OF THESE
IN NICE NIK
AND WORKING ON OLD PENNY,,
NEVER SEEN AN OLD PENNY ONE BEFORE

WHATS THE PICTURE YOU WANT
ITS IN THE CONSERVATORY
AND I CAN EASY GET AT IT

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Re: Games Inc King Tap

Postby tojo3005 » Wed Jan 04, 2012 8:22 pm

Hey jingle,

is it worth much????

jingle

Re: Games Inc King Tap

Postby jingle » Thu Jan 05, 2012 8:38 am

AM SURE ITS GOT TO BE 250 + FULLY WORKIN
THATS WHAT I WANT FOR MINE ANYWAY
CHEAP AS CHIPS

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Re: Games Inc King Tap

Postby flashbk13 » Wed Mar 14, 2012 6:08 am

Hi all,
This is Rick from Ontario, Cal. USA (about 50 miles east of Los Angeles). I am new to this group :D I just picked up a King Tap flasher for free and need to know where to get the manual and schematics for this. The link in this thread is no good. My machine sorta works, but I have not yet delved into it yet. The video in this thread is very good and will be a valuable tool to figure out how mine is supposed to work. I want to convert mine from New Penny to either US penny or nickle. Thank you in advance for any help you can give me, Rick :cool:


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