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Subject: Bally payout wheel runs continuously


Author:
Warren B.
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Date Posted: 05:50:41 11/17/15 Tue

I have a Bally E Series 808, nickel play. When you hit a combination that pays, the payout wheel runs continuously and won't stop until you unplug the machine. When you plug it back in it works ok until you hit the next payout. I cleaned all the contacts and nothing seems to be sticking, but haven't been able pinpoint the cause. Any thoughts would be welcome.

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Jerry
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Date Posted: 15:09:45 02/01/16 Mon

>I have a Bally E Series 808, nickel play. When you
>hit a combination that pays, the payout wheel runs
>continuously and won't stop until you unplug the
>machine. When you plug it back in it works ok until
>you hit the next payout. I cleaned all the contacts
>and nothing seems to be sticking, but haven't been
>able pinpoint the cause. Any thoughts would be
>welcome.
It sounds to me like as the coin goes under the roller at the top of the hopper, the roller is not lifting the arm enough to trip the micro switch as the coin passes under it. Or, the micro switch might be bad.

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