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Owner's Pictorial Guide for the Care and
Owner's Pictorial Guide for the Care and

Owner's Pictorial Guide for the Care and Understanding of the Watling Bell Slot Machine (Owner's Pictorial Guide)

Product ID : 19056521
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Galleon Product ID 19056521
UPC / ISBN 0934422044
Shipping Weight 1.05 lbs
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Binding: Paperback
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Manufacturer Brand: Mead Co
Shipping Dimension 10.79 x 8.39 x 0.51 inches
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Author Robert Geddes
Brand Brand: Mead Co
Edition 1st
Number Of Pages 138
Publication Date 1982-08-01

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Product description Inspired by the success of the highly acclaimed Mills Owner's Pictorial Guide (the first of the series), this exemplary text is specifically directed to the owner of any full-sized, three-wheel Watling bell machine manufactured after 1926, including the BLUE SEAL, ROL-A-TOP and TREASURY series. Over 350 photographs are accompanied by step-by-step instructions for all routine maintenance operations as well as complete disassembly, overhaul, lubrication, assembly and theory of operation. The book is organized into 13 chapters, with three appendices for machine part variances, including skill stop feature and gold award token mechanism, and an extensive glossary for parts identification. With this extraordinary book and a few simple tools you will be able to analyze and correct most of the problems you may encounter with your Watling machine. This enhanced edition contains an extensive table of contents and introductory material. Size: 8.5" x 11". From the Publisher Each of the five books in the Owner's Pictorial Guide series is the most comprehensive work ever published about the particular slot machine covered. They are original works, not reprints of old service technician's booklets; they begin with the basics and teach theory, thereby enabling the reader to overcome any problem the machine may have. Whether you have one or several of the particular machines covered, you will want these extraordinary books in your library. From the Inside Flap Slot Machines of Yesteryear Series: This three-volume series covers the entire history of the Watling slot machine and two decades of the Mills Novelty Company. To retain the authenticity of the original, these reprints are in black and white, but nothing has been spared to assure the high quality of the printing process. From the Back Cover Do you know . . . the first thing to look for when the machine won't pay off on a winner? How to determine the odds of the machine? The simplest way to change the odds of the machine? How to diagnose problems by using only your ears? The easiest way to observe and repair faulty jackpot operation? How to free play the machine in the cabinet? How to properly lubricate almost all moving parts by loosening one screw? How to clear any coin jam in less than two minutes? how to set the time for a complete play cycle of the machine? The quickest way to empty coins out of the machine? The quickest way to fill the machine and jackpots with coins? How to convert winning combinations to check payouts How to adjust the unique, rotary escalator for coin thickness? If the answer to any of these questions can benefit your collecting and working with the Watling bell slot machine, then this book is an absolute must! All of these maintenance tricks, as well as thousands more, are revealed inside this illustrated and easy-to-use manual! Excerpt. © Reprinted by permission. All rights reserved. Chapter 4: The science of lubrication is very complex and is far beyond the scope of this book. The basic idea, however, is simple: to provide fluid separation (by means of a lubricating film) of two mating, moving surfaces, lowering the coefficient of friction and reducing wear. The ideal time to lubricate the mechanism is upon reassembly, after it has been completely disassembled and thoroughly cleaned.