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What key do arcade cabines use?
Posted 21 February 2007 - 10:40 AM
...and if you hadn't yet and were born 70s/80s/90s before a lot of arcade places became extinct to home entertainment consoles, I bet you are now.
Can this be done?
I am almost drooling at the thought of opening the door and flicking the tab/button over and over to bump those credits up
Posted 21 February 2007 - 09:58 PM
I'm sure a number of people have also drooled over the idea of opening these machines up, although discussing breaking and entering on a public forum is hardly appropriate.
Once again, I agree with theopratr. If you were to, say, own the machines in question there wouldn't be a problem... but actually bumping someone else's game up might cause a few problems.
It's been a while since i've worked on any type of arcade console and can't recall what type of locks the majority of them use... if they use a normal pin tumbler locking system buying \ creating a bump key should not be a problem at all.
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Posted 21 February 2007 - 11:10 PM
Posted 22 February 2007 - 04:29 AM
Although I have looked around and these also seem popular
Im not exactly sure what type he has but presumably one of these because I've never seen a padlock on the thing, although as you say he may have wafer locks.
What is the official name for the key types above? tubular?
Posted 22 February 2007 - 12:47 PM
I doubt that any of these would be found on an early '90s video game machine. As BLK states, it's probably a wafer or older tubular lock. If you can get a picture of the lock on the actual machine, or of the key that's used to open it, we can be of more help to you.