We'll refer you to a slot repairman. He'll call you, go over the costs ($250 - $750) and time frames. If he can help you, he'll help you ship your slot machine to him in Pennsylvania.
Repair It Yourself - 2 Options
How to Fix Most Jams on Antique Slot Machines - Thumb Drive
We will send you a thumb drive that shows collectors how to fix 90% of the jams which occur on most antique slot machines. It also has information on how to remove and reinstall the mechanism and how to cycle the mechanism when it is outside the machine. The only tool required is a screw driver.
Every slot collector should own this.
The following machines are covered:
Mills Castle Front style machines (good for all Mills 1930s/40 "Silent" type of slot machines)
Mills 1920s Gooseneck style slot machines
Watling Rol-A-Top style machines
Watling Gooseneck style machines
The segments vary in length from about 15 minutes to 20 minutes each. So, the total is probably about 100 minutes.