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Author Topic: CEI Video Poker 906III (Transfer, started June 2010)  (Read 684 times)

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CEI Video Poker 906III (Transfer, started June 2010)
« on: April 10, 2014, 09:16:52 PM »
Started by: shortrackskater on June 05, 2010; transferred from old site.

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Title: CEI Video Poker 906III
Post by: shortrackskater on June 05, 2010, 02:11:52 AM

I'm looking for any information on my recently acquired CEI Video Poker game. It's in GREAT condition. I got it last Sunday in Henderson NV. The lower belly glass light was out and it was rejecting about half the coins inserted. I poked around inside and saw that the connector to the light was disconnected. I re-connected it to see the light flickering madly. Replacing the bulb solved that problem! Then, I went to THIS website and read a great writeup on coin acceptors. I ordered a "new" used one on ebay and that solved the rejection problem. What I am looking for now is the service manual and operator manuals for this machine. I did find another request for it and I've e mailed that person, and I was disappointed that I never heard anything from him. Is there anyone out there who can help? I've attached a picture of this machine. As I stated, it's in great condition and everything works. I would like to know how to change some things, like maximum bets and whether I can set if  to pay out on win hands, and how to change the denomination. For some reason, it says 25 cents
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Re: CEI Video Poker 906III (transfer)
« Reply #1 on: April 10, 2014, 09:18:55 PM »
Title: Re: CEI Video Poker 906III
Post by: Yoeddy1 on June 05, 2010, 12:49:45 PM

Hi there and welcome to the CEI community!  Could you share the model and/or some detail about the coin acceptor that you swapped out?  I'm just curious since you claim that it's working fine.

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Title: Re: CEI Video Poker 906III
Post by: shortrackskater on June 05, 2010, 07:51:34 PM

Hi
It was a Coin Mech INC. 110-5c. As I stated in my first post, it was rejecting coins about half the time. The "new used" one is fine now although I did have a problem with it last night after I accidentally touched a micro-switch on the inside door causing a "bling blong - bling blong - bling blong" sound and an error of CALL ATTENDANT COIN STUCK IN. I've never worked on anything like this before but I did finally figure out how to clear the error. In the process though, I took the coin acceptor back out and found that someone had jammed a piece of rolled up paper (an old nickle tube!) into the unit...for what I don't know. AND...the spring wire that returns the reject button was broken (I was wondering about the one inch piece of wire stuck to the magnet was when I unwrapped it!). So, I took the good one off the original coin acceptor, put it on the "new used" one and everything now is fine. I may try and repair the other one since it appears to be newer. I hope this helps.
I'm posting pictures of the inside of this machine for everyone to see. I really know nothing about these slots so I hope mine keeps working. I do have manuals on the way. I included shots of the model number and some other unknown numbers - some are versions I believe. I noticed my CRT has some interesting burn ins and I'm not sure if it's caused by alignment over the years or what? I also see another date of 1981 but the current screen is 1981, 1986. If anyone has more information, I'd love to hear from them. I hope these pictures are helpful. 

 

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