Mills / Jubilee reel strips

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vince93
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Mills / Jubilee reel strips

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Hi all,
I am currently working on a "Mills" slot machine (pic 1) that needs new reel strips (pic 2).
I've been unable to find any information about the machine online.
The closest I found were Jubilee slot machine (pic 3).
Any help would be greatly appreciated.
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badpenny
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Re: Mills / Jubilee reel strips

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Well I've never seen a Mills machine like that before.
Plenty of Jubilees but no Mills.
Is the mech stamped Ainsworth Dental Co I wonder?

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Edited to add: - I wasn't seriously suggesting a Jubilee would be marked "Ainsworth Dental Co" In my addled mind I was trying to cross reference as many manufacturers as would be unlikely as it's clearly not Mills."
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Re: Mills / Jubilee reel strips

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I recall in Australia there was a misuse of Mills' name on a number of local machines. Not sure how they got away with it, but I am sure this had been discussed on one of the threads on Aussie machines. I assume you are based in Australia based on the coinage…….
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Re: Mills / Jubilee reel strips

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Since those are Aussie strips you'll be battling to ever find them. I've never even seen that particular variation. But what's the problem, you have all the symbols you need in good order anyway, so a very simple fix to scan and build up the missing strips to print out.
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Re: Mills / Jubilee reel strips

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Based in NZ.

The only markings I can find on the mech are British and Australian patent numbers , 'RRI' on the back of the mech and F/04615.

I did think about photocopying and reproducing the strip on computer, but I'm unsure of the proper order of the symbols on the missing segments.
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Re: Mills / Jubilee reel strips

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Put some temporary paper strips over the reels and mark them out by observing the corresponding holes in the payout discs.
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