(Topic ID: 171576)

Does BSD use a stern coin door?


By doomid

3 years ago



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#1 3 years ago

Wondering why BSD coin door looks like a Stern Coindoor with its finish and overall shape. Why is it different? I also cannot find the same one to buy a replacement as most places just have the regular old WPC doors.

Any help would be appreciated.

#2 3 years ago

Mine has a door like Getaway and Addams. It has the blank space between the coin slots

#3 3 years ago

It would probably help if you could post a picture of your coin door

#4 3 years ago
Quoted from doomid:

Wondering why BSD coin door looks like a Stern Coindoor with its finish and overall shape. Why is it different? I also cannot find the same one to buy a replacement as most places just have the regular old WPC doors.
Any help would be appreciated.

Its not correct .....

#5 3 years ago

It was built by Williams, so no, it does not use a Data East coin door.

#6 3 years ago

Unless your BSD is HUO it is possible that at some point in the games history the door was swapped at some point. Post a pic

#7 3 years ago

Look at Allen's on ipdb.org.

http://mirror2.ipdb.org/images/3072/image-14.jpg

It's not an Entropy style door - maybe Coin Controls. Mine looks the same.

try here or search the web for "coin controls"

https://na.suzohapp.com/wp/search.p?Q=pinball+door

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