1972 Nishijin Recycler Gen2

1972 Nishijin Gen2
Rear mechanics: Recycler style
Payout style: All-15
Glass size: 18" x 16" (two panes)
Playfield graphics: 3 varieties, 47A-D thru 47A-F

In 1972 Nishijin offered two types of recyclers which are very common models in the United States. Gen1 has a bright blue front loading tray, and Gen2 has a dark blue one. Gen2 comes with 47A-D (Sunrise), 47A-E (Barbed Wire), and 47A-F (Rainbows) playfields. The upper left plasic part was a series of yellow octogons, and the lower left showed balls in the jacpot hopper in a lense surrounded by a dark blue plastic frame. The ball low hopper light is located behind the upper left. The win light (if used) was always located behind the center attraction. The spinners were usually 6-slot painted white and lavender. The front case was always a whitewashed wood finish that becomes very yellow with age. Most of the rear plastic components were brown.

Occasionally Gen1 playfields are found on Gen2 and vice versa.

The expiration tags are mounted on a sticker displaying a number of multicolored ovals.

1972 Nishijin Pachinko Machine
1972 Nishijin Gen2 recycler expiration tag base (tag itself is missing).

1972 Nishijin Pachinko Machine
1972 Nishijin Gen2 recycler with the 47A-D "Sunrise" playfield graphics and the "Spring Jet" center attraction

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