Sega Bell

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...... Have you decided yet if you're going for a JP? If you aren't I'm sure I have the overflow tube you need.

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Mr badpenny, i will not go for the jp. So the overflow will be very welcome! Should i send a pm to you? I'm surprised about how helpfull everyone is on the forum. !THUMBS!
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I'll take a photo for you with dimensions, but don't expect any of that metric nonsense, it'll be good old English inches and serves you right!
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:D
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Another OLD penny Hi Top on Ebay at the moment, with what suggests to be a Skills Stop button on the front, never seen this before, wonder if it actually attaches to anything, suspect not. This machine has a false escalator window and older 10 stop mechanism, a bit of a mixture....

http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/141621635381? ... EBIDX%3AIT
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That went quick. Not on long enough to view it ! !PUZZLED!
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It appears to be one of the earliest Hi Tops, a 1947 Standard Jewell Bell with the low cut jackpot window, and apart from the removed escalator, the skill stop and the jackpot cover front plate, it looks correct. The cash tray, handle, payout plate and other front plates all look correct and I guess the very early ones did have 10 stop mechs. Could be it's still in its original UK conversion condition. Pity you can't see if it's got the slotted oak side panels.
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Yes TF, very unusual to have that skill stop push button... in that position. I was tempted to say, 'I'll let you know if it's connected to anything'..... but, alas, it's not coming here....

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I woud like to say special thanks to mr coppinpr, get an rolldown escalator in this week !
THANKS !THANKS!
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I haven't forgotten I have to mail you a photo of my bypass tube.
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