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Stern Meteor - coin door missing


By RTSMikeM

7 months ago



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#2 7 months ago

There's so much missing here that I don't think you should be looking for individual parts. You need a whole new coin door from a parted machine and even after that you're going to have to do a lot of work on your wiring harness.

My recommendation to you in the meantime is to:
a) install blanking or free play plates and
b) install free play roms
c) shake your kids down for quarters another way

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