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Published on Dec 18, 2009
I cleaned it up after I got it home from salvation army. $45 for the machine, the manuals, and 275 of the original 300 balls it originally shipped with. Here's a good view of the lights (original) working, and it hitting jackpot several times in a row, until the hopper ran out. Also showing the purge function to empty the remaining balls from the machine.