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With hundreds of different variations of pachinko machines made over several For a Sanyo, there is a horizontal wire fits through a hole in the Supply Tray Ball.


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Old to New ABOUT US My first pachinko machine was a Sankyo I purchased from Pachinko Palace in


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The pachinko game looks like a vertical version of a pinball machine. The game is played by firing off metal balls called "pachinko balls". You can play pachinko by.


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Sanyo Pachinko machine. All gears and such open and move. Told by owner that it does work, no metal balls come with this piece. The door opens by the.


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