New member from the Netherlands

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briekster
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New member from the Netherlands

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Hi everybody,

My name is Thomas and I am a new member. I live in the Netherlands.
I have a one armed bandit, Console Sega from 1964. Very beautiful.
I hope to learn a lot about my machine, perhaps with your help.
Greetings,

Thomas
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aristomatic
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Welcome to the forum.

I forwarded a flyer to you last week
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Welcome

And Aristomatic you must be bloody psychic to know he had this machine before joining. :o

All the flyers are online.

Does it work, as only seen people asking for electric diagrams due to lack of function or missing parts, as there are a lot of electrics in those? :shock:

I just realised the coin entry is on the right, which is unusual. Obviously no escalator.
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Hi,

@ Aristomatic; yes, I received your message on the other website. Thanks again !THUMBS!
I hope to find more, especially about the electronic part (lower cabinet).
The machine works, no difficulties yet.

@ treefrog; thanks for sending the flyer, but it is not the right-one. I will add it, with the help of Aristomatic last week.
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Looks the same to me. It is a Multi Bell, just with no escalator. I assume they fitted an S10 in it like Windsors. As mentioned, every person who has joined here has asked for documents. Always fancied the Hi Top versions. They did a 4 reeler, but the looms of cables of relays put me off. Looks a tidy machine.
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Looks nice, welcome to the forum.

BP :cool:
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Interestingly we get used to assuming that if no Sega is embossed in the top casting it's a clone and not a Sega. This has no Sega embossing and yet the opposite coin entry model flyer has the Sega embossing... Unusual? Sometimes flyers are not 100% true to the finished manufactured item, but this member's machine is real and I've seen images of others too...

I also suspect that even the models with a coin entry front left wouldn't have had an original escalator? as the escalator glass window seems to be filled with the lightup feature for 5 coins played for both left and right?
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Interesting. I never noticed the lack of embossed Sega on the multi bell flyer. Their standard console flyer does have the embossing and the right hand coin entry... !PUZZLED!
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Yes, it is a tidy machine. Here are some extra pictures. Only the payout with 5 coins doesn't work. It won't stop paying with a winning combination. Only if you put a new coin in it, it will stop. Lots of lights which all work. Nice in the evening.
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