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    Evening all,
    new here, starting to work on restoring/modding a machine I inherited from my dad.

    Trouble is, I have not idea of the model or it's workings. My machine is one of two that he brought back in the Navy. My sister has the other one, which was in working order as a kid. This machine, never worked that I know of or remember.

    here are some images:








    Any help in ID'ing and getting working will be welcomed.

    Thanks!

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    Default Re: Machine ID

    glad to see you still have your machine..

    can you post more pics of the back closer

    its an interesting machine

    i dont see the crushed tray..
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    Default Re: Machine ID

    Mechanics are a v"Model A" style...I love that both rear trays are metal, most lower ones are plastic. I want to say it looks like a Heiwa...but I don't see a name brand on it. I don't see anything missing or out of whack. It should work with some minor tinkering and/or adjustments. How about some closer pics of the linkages around the lower tray area? The seesaw is above the lowert tray, to the left. It should be in the up position. The jackpot tray is under the white cover on the right. If balls roll out onto the floor, the ball dump latch is to the right of the white cover. Can't tell exactly how it works, as there are a couple different styles.
    Very nice looking machine!

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    Default Re: Machine ID

    hey all, thanks for the info so far.

    Found a thread I started a few years ago about my machine
    This reply (http://www.pachitalk.com/forums/show...l=1#post533893) says it's a late 1962 Nishijin Model A Single Shot.

    here are some more images of the back:
    Mystery lever:






    Anyway to rekey or get a replacement key?

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