Many thanks to Ian Longstaff for his lovely table roundups, posted on YT. And here is... TABLE ROUND UP NINE!
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Why don't you just make a .vpt of it and give it to us? If you have no interest in that and you want it emulated then by all means post a pick. 1996? Do you know if there is rom support in vpm for that?
could someone give me an e mail address, so I can send you guys the pictures?
I don't know why, but my connection to the site is very slow and unstable (got internal server
errors most of the time). Strange, because I have high speed internet...maybe it's because
I'm located in Belgium...
anyway, I can shoot some detailed pics of the playfield etc if someone is interested in making a .vpt file
in the meantime, why don't you check out my friend's website, he sells bingos
It would probably be best to get someone that is interested in building a .vpt from it and sending the pictures to them. I could build it. But I could not script it without successful research, and I don't think I would be into that at this time.
If you want me to build it I will. If so PM me so you could e-mail pics and any information you can give (web links, explanations, measurements, etc) and recordings of the sounds if you could.
Hi, I wonder if you can help me, I have a Wimi 6 card skill bagatelle, and I need a back Glass ( The original was broken by the company delivering the machine ) I tried to contact the factory but never got a reply, can you tell me if a Back Glass is available please? Thanks, General-Jumbo
I just checked the backglasses and the differences are in the height of the glass one is 31.5 inches and the other is 33 inches tall.....There is a ad below by Clarkson for green diamond parts....One of his glasses is for a euro cont. so check with him as he may have just what you need......These bingo's were modified with flipper added and labeled skillpins so the top lighted area would say SKILLPINS.....not EURO CONTINENTAL......Good luck.....
Hi There, When I bought my Wimi Euro Continental not only was it delivered with a Broken back glass but with the back Box removed, I managed to get mine all up and running again without too much trouble. 1) you must remove the back glass so you can get into the back box to access all the connectors. 2) once you have removed the Glass you must "Close" the Switch again on the lighting panel, as the machine reads this on start up, if it see's the backglass is missing it wont start. 3) close both front doors and lock them 4) NOW BE CAREFULL, Turn the power on and re connect all the low voltage connectors one at a time ( with the power on ) If you try connecting everything first and then turning it on, it wont work, as I am sure you have found out. I started by connecting the lights first, then everything else in no particuliar order, Please be carefull with anything electrical, these connectors are low voltage, BUT, better safe than Curly Hair, Let us Know how you get on, Perhaps you can help me with my Back glass, Good Luck,
This goes to General Jumbo, Did you get a Key with your bingo? I have one of my bingo's in code (eb02) which means it is looking for a key, also Ic55, is it labeled RE1? This info would be very helpful. I like how these machines are made and how quiet they are.....Thanks In Advance...Ltroll
Hi Itrol, I guess you are you talking about the 2 security locks on the left hand side of the door, these are operated by 2 seperate keys, it sounds like your machine has the locks "open". when in this position, you can open the door to remove the cash box, once you close the door again, you then turn these 2 keys back to the point where you can remove them, then the machine has its security system working again, With the power off, open the door and take a look at the back of these 2 switches, if you dont have these 2 keys, you can by pass the locks with simple leads and croc clips, try that first ( but you must by pass both locks ) if that works then you can solder a wire across, But after that, Remember, you cant open the front door with the power on, or it will shut down ) I dont know if the keys are available, but mine are manufactured by CAMLOCK SYSTEMS, I dont think the numbers on mine will help you, But just in case, they are--- R10690 and R25837, Before you do anything, try and track down this company for information about these keys and locks, and to be on the safe side, check what I have said about the locks being "open", Turn the power off and test with a Multimeter to see if the circuit is "open" across the back of both switches, Remember Both switches must be Closed, Bob.
Hi Itrol, Since talking to you last, I have been playing my Wimi ( Sorry, Didnt mean to rub it in ) The only problem for me ( not having a Backglass ) is, its Like trying to play in "On Coming Traffic" at night, with a note book, Anyway, I have ( somewhere ) the Factory workshop manual, once I find it, I will send it to you as a scan ( if you dont have one ) Bob
Hi There, Thanks to the help of other members I have been able to find a replacement back glass, although its from a later model, the layout looks the same, once its fitted, I will post some pictures, if thats what you want. Bob.