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« on: September 06, 2005, 01:20:19 pm »

Hey guys,
Well here I am playing with my own personal change giving mechanical coin mech....oh joy..oh rapture.  Actually i do enjoy playing with these things but I've got two problems:
1.  The coin mech works surprisingly well!  In fact, it works so well one doesn't need money in order to operate it.  Just walk up and turn the crank....who needs money anyway?  I'm not sure where to begin with that particular issue.

2.  I took the crank handle off and (unknowingly) opened up some strange portal to Hades and I can't get the  '<img'>  '<img'>  handle back on!!  Stupid me, I removed the intermediate shaft from the crank and can't get the lock spring compressed enough to slip the shaft back on.  Here's a pic of the offending critter.  Any ideas?




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« Reply #1 on: September 06, 2005, 03:13:49 pm »

Eric,

Disassemble the handle again...




Step 1.
Insert the Spring(#82) and Rests(#81 & #83) into the Handle(#78). Pictured, I am
using channel locks to compress the Spring slightly.


Step 1a.
Slightly insert the Cam(#79) as pictured, then place the Pawl(#80) between the Spring Rest
and the Cam as shown. Make sure the Pawl is almost all the in at the Spring end while the
Cam end of the Pawl should be half-way on the edge of the Cam (see photo).
Note: The Pawl may have slightly different bevels on the end towards the Cam. If so, make sure
the larger bevel is upward or facing the top of the handle.


Step 2.
Now all you have to do is squeeze the Cam into the Handle. This forces the Pawl to compress
the Spring allowing the Pawl to fit into the Handle. See photos...



After fully inserting the Can into the Handle:


Step 3.
Place the Cover(#84) onto the Cam and fasten with three screws.



That's It!  ':cool:'




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« Reply #2 on: September 11, 2005, 04:50:37 pm »

Here's to Glen and Josh!
Hopefully PDF format is fine for you...
The file sizes amy seem a little large but this is due to aid in printability.

Large Door Coin Mech
Small Door Coin Mech

If you have any difficulty, let me know...
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« Reply #3 on: December 21, 2005, 08:07:07 am »

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