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    Nutt & Muddle Jubilee 10c

    Gidday all.

    Have aquired a jammed machine, which I have stripped down and freed up. Very simple, someone used a two cent piece in a 10c mech.
    Had 4.72 worth of coins in it, so I'm a winner already!
    I found a 1966 10c coin and 2 x 1967, in it.

    So I have a number of questions, if anyone can throw in with some advise:

    How does one date a machine? Power is for lights only. There is no electro mechanical interfaces at all.

    How would one obtain spare cabinet parts. (The chrome front shell (left side of reel window) is bent, so it seems silly to sandblast and rechrome it. and the Panel that used to have the coin funnel (?) is missing.)

    a couple pics to share:

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    Hi - The Jubilee poker machine would date around 1977 - 1978, Nutt and Muddle first released the Riviera style in 1966 - the first ones ran on pre decimal currency as in 3d, 6d, 1 and 2 shillings - from around 1966 - 1975 / 76 they were a one piece compact unit that did not have the larger coin payout light up section.

    As for spare parts I know Kev has wrecked many pokies years ago and he has helped me out with some pokie spares, try kev at http://www.kfe.com.au/

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    Does the machine still have the serial plate(s) attached to it? Could possibly be on the other side of the cabinet or on the rear

    As for obtaining parts your best bet is to wait patiently until another one that is similar or the same pops up for sale on either ebay or gumtree and hope its a non working machine with missing parts so you can strip it for the parts you are after. Or you could search around on google for forums regarding slot machines that are based in the US, i have a mate who has restored a few and has contacted people on a forum (i cant recall which one) after just signing up to one, and successfully had the parts he needed sent over to Aus and even had manuals emailed to him by members!! Goodluck

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    Hey, thanks for the responses, guys.

    I saw, on this forum, a N&M serial number plate, but I checked everywhere on this machine, and can find no suggestion of a plate ever being fitted.

    I saw an ebay reference for Kev on another thread, but had no luck, so thanks very much for the working link.

    Added a couple pics of internals...

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    Hi - definatley get in touch with Kev at KFE, if you check out the Artwork link on his site, you will see how many Pokies he wrecked, at least 100 - so he has lots of spares, good luck with it.

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    Just got an email back from Kev. Seems parts are getting hard to find...:

    Hi ______

    We did have all those parts, but over the years collectors like yourself have picked the eyes out of all I have.
    I would have the coin entry & reject button but not the steel pane. (you could make the panel yourself)
    Might have the coin box for that model.

    BR kev


    Could someone please clarify "coinbox". Is this the payout tray, which is a drawer at the bottom of the unit?

    Also, if anyone has some detailed pics front and rear of the Coin entry panel, and could send to me?

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    You could try the UK site pennymachines.co.uk as they exported a boat load of the Riviera models over there. Not sure about the later ones like yours with the top box though.

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    I dropped a email to 2 different Uk guys, but only got a reply from 1, and he says he only dealt with pre 1960's machines. (http://www.slotmachinedepot.co.uk/)
    The other, (http://www.1armedbandit.co.uk/ ) has not responded to 2 emails, and even a call from my brother, who is working in Scotland, went unanswered.

    I shall have a peruse of the link you provided. Thanks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 1DYX View Post
    I dropped a email to 2 different Uk guys, but only got a reply from 1, and he says he only dealt with pre 1960's machines. (http://www.slotmachinedepot.co.uk/)
    The other, (http://www.1armedbandit.co.uk/ ) has not responded to 2 emails, and even a call from my brother, who is working in Scotland, went unanswered.

    I shall have a peruse of the link you provided. Thanks.
    Yep, the guy from 1armbandit is notoriously slow, but he'll eventually reply.

    Pennymachines is a forum with a really helpful bunch of guys who know their shit.

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    not meaning to hijack the op's thread but anyone know of someone who can firstly repair a machine which is the first priority and secondly restore it preferably in adelaide? I have a mate who has an aristocat one arm bandit.


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