Model 0 & 1 customer counter

11 months 1 week ago #3899 by Vintagepos


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    After a long absence from fixing machines due to bad health and downsizing I have started to get motivated again and doing up my model 0 and model1s and I have come across a problem with the customer counter in that when you set the counter at 9999 then make a sale it should go to zero all across, however only my model 0 is the only one out of 4 machines that works OK . Only 1 of the model 1 machines have a complete counter mechanism in it the other 2 have been disabled and parts removed. I am in need of one complete mechanism and 6 correct counter wheels. .
    Both of these counter assemblies look the same but unfortunately there is a difference in the counter wheels as shown.
    On the one where the counter works correctly the deep recess to enable the transfer 1 to the next wheel is next to the number 3 on the wheel as is on the model 0 but the model 1 has this deep recess is next to the 2.
    I am in need of 1 complete assembly as well as 6 wheels with the recess near the 3. Thank and I hope the swap meet went well try to get there next year Milton
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    11 months 1 week ago - 11 months 1 week ago #3900 by Vintagepos


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  • Replied by Vintagepos on topic Model 0 & 1 customer counter

    After getting frustrated with what I have..I have 1 x model 0 and 3 model 1s. I have since found out that one of my model 1 has the same cover as my model 0 and the viewing window is in a different place that is why the recess in the counter wheel is in a different place. These machines that I am working on have been left in a garage since 1966 when we had decimal conversion. My need now is for 1 customer counter assembly complete preferably with the transfer recess near the 3 on the wheel or if anyone has a sterling (English currency) dust cover to cover the upper wheels. Sorry to be so confusing.. Milton
    PS it is the bottom one (the dirty one)
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