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    Default Maruto GM-X diagram

    A Maruto GM-X came with my house. From what I can determine it is a 1980 machine. It was in a few pieces when I got it and I'd like to get it working. I have gotten it almost back together but I have some parts that I can't figure out where they go.
    If there us a diagram available of where everything goes it would be greatly appreciated.

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    Default Re: Maruto GM-X diagram

    Hello Stormy663 and welcome to the group

    While I'm more into the modern pachinkos this video from another member (Thanks Carl!) may help if yours is like his. Post some pictures of what you have. Members will be along in time to gladly assist you in the repairs.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lYoPiYrErrk

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    Thanks for the video. It's close to what I have but not close enough. Thank you for the suggestion on adding photos. I will do that.
    Thanks again.

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    My machine and my progress so far

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    Default Re: Maruto GM-X diagram

    That's a beauty! The crescent shaped metal piece is part of the jackpot mechanism. Difficult to describe its placement, but it appears to be the piece that holds the balls prior to payout. I would search pictures of machines--most are at least similar. This looks typical to me.

    And as suggested, I would browse through some restore tutorials to get a better understanding of how the machine works. Then it will become clear(er) where the pieces go.

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    Default Re: Maruto GM-X diagram

    Unless they aren't pictured, it seems there are a number of linkages missing...

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    I've looked like the pics that I've been able to find. Not a lot of help. Any suggestions? What restoration videos?

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    Default Re: Maruto GM-X diagram

    Tried dragging and dropping this file before and it blew up...

    This is where I believe the metal crescent goes:



    As for a video, I can't recommend one--I haven't seen any. I think there are some plastic covers missing (or at least not pictured) on your machine. The ball paths are not enclosed...

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    That is the correct placement for that. The covers were removed to better show the linkages and such.
    Trying to figure out where the 2 blue plastic parts and the metal piece go....

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