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Subject: 1963 Mills Joker Wild questions


Author:
Mike
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Date Posted: 08:16:03 06/20/13 Thu

Just picked up this machine and it appears to be working ok but needs a lot of clean-up and possibly a few adjustments.
Can someone tell me an approximate value assuming it in in descent shape and operational? It came out of Nevada's infamous Mustang Ranch and has the Mustang Club glass in it if that makes much difference.

Also was wondering if there are any online repair guides or information and possible parts sources.


Another question I have is this machine has 3 mini fluorescent 2 pin tubes and one of the sockets is broke. I ordered a couple new sockets to replace.

May be an obvious question but the old sockets have 2 black leads coming off them and the new sockets have a black and a white. Is it going to matter if the leads are switched?


Any help is much appreciated.

Thanks, Mike

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