Disassembly

Part Four - Clock & Payout Mechanism

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Remove the split pin from the Payout Latch Release Lever, then unthread and discard the two split pins at either end of the Latch Release Lever Spring.
Unscrew the Shoulder Screw, and remove the Tube Bottom Pawl with accompanying Pawl Spring from the Coin Tube Casting.
Unscrew the domed machine screw from the top of the Coin Tube Casting, by the hole for the Elevator Shaft.
Unscrew the two domed machine screws, and remove the Clock Assembly from the Base Casting.
Unscrew the two domed machine screws, securing Bottom Clock Plate Assembly to the Top Clock Plate Assembly.
Carefully prise apart the Top Clock Plate Assembly and the Bottom Clock Plate Assembly.
The Clock Fan Shaft can be removed from the Top Clock Plate Assembly by melting the solder on the Clock Fan, and withdrawing the Clock Fan Shaft.
Remove the Clock Fan Gear.
Remove the Thrust Washer from the centre of the Large Clock Gear Assembly.
Remove the Large Clock Gear Assembly.
Remove the Clock Idler Gear.
The Clock Ratchet & Shaft is fitted to the Bottom Clock Plate Assembly, and cannot be removed.
Unhook the Payout Push Slide Spring from the stud on the underside of the Base Casting.
Unscrew the two inner domed machine screws from the Coin Tube Casting.
Unscrew the two outer domed machine screws from the Coin Tube Casting.
Remove the Coin Tube Casting from the Base Casting by lifting the Coin Tube Casting up, clearing the elevator shaft.
Remove the Coin Elevator Assembly by sliding it up the elevator shaft.
Remove the Payout Push Slide from the underside of the Coin Tube Casting.
Remove the Payout Push Slide Spring from the Payout Push Slide.
Unscrew the domed machine screw on the right side of the coin tube on the Coin Tube Casting, and remove the Bottom Coin Holding Wire, Long.
Unscrew the domed machine screw on the left side of the coin tube on the Coin Tube Casting, and remove the Bottom Coin Holding Wire, Short.
Unhook the Pawl Lever Spring from the Coin Payout Lever Assembly.
Unscrew the domed machine screw, and remove the Payout Lever Rack Plate and the Spring Hook with attached Pawl Lever Spring.
Unthread the Pawl Lever Spring from the Spring Hook.
Remove the split pin, attached to the Payout Latch Lever Spring, from the top of the Coin Tube Casting.
Unscrew the Shoulder Screw, and remove the Payout Latch Lever from the Coin Tube Casting.
Unthread and discard the split pin from the Payout Latch Lever Spring, then unthread opposite end of the Payout Latch Lever Spring from the Payout Latch Lever.
Unscrew the two domed machine screws, and remove the Payout Latch from the Payout Latch Lever.
Remove the split pin, attached to the Latch Release Lever Spring, from the top of the Coin Tube Casting.
Unscrew the domed machine screw, and remove the Latch Release Lever Shaft, including the Payout Latch Release Lever, and the Coin Payout Lever Assembly, from the Coin Tube Casting.

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Unscrew the two Domed Machine Screws (with split washer on longest screw), and remove the Clock Assembly (F) from the Base Casting (B19).

Unscrew the two Domed Machine Screws (with split washers), securing Bottom Clock Plate Assembly (F6) to the Top Clock Plate Assembly (F10).

The Clock Fan Shaft (F2) can be removed from the Top Clock Plate Assembly (F10), by melting the solder on the Clock Fan (F3), and withdrawing the Clock Fan Shaft (F2).

Remove the Clock Fan Gear (F4).

Remove the Thrust Washer (F8) from the centre of the Large Clock Gear Assembly (F7).

The Clock Arm Assembly (F5) and the Clock Ratchet & Shaft (F9) are fitted to the Bottom Clock Plate Assembly (F6), and cannot be removed.

Unhook the Payout Push Slide Spring (B16) from the stud on the underside of the Base Casting (B19).

Unscrew the two inner Domed Machine Screws (with lockwashers) from the Coin Tube Casting (B4).

Unscrew the two outer Domed Machine Screws (with lockwashers) from the Coin Tube Casting (B4).

Remove the Coin Tube Casting (B4) from the Base Casting (B19) by lifting the Coin Tube Casting (B4) up, clearing the elevator shaft.

Remove the Coin Elevator Assembly (B18) by sliding it up the elevator shaft.

Remove the Payout Push Slide (B14) from the underside of the Coin Tube Casting (B4).

Unscrew the Domed Machine Screw on the right side of the coin tube on the Coin Tube Casting (B4), and remove the Bottom Coin Holding Wire, Long (B6).

Unscrew the Domed Machine Screw on the left side of the coin tube on the Coin Tube Casting (B4), and remove the Bottom Coin Holding Wire, Short (B20).

Unscrew the Domed Machine Screw (with lockwasher), and remove the Payout Lever Rack Plate (B9) and the Spring Hook (B15) with attached Pawl Lever Spring (B11).

Remove the Split Pin, attached to the Payout Latch Lever Spring (B3), from the top of the Coin Tube Casting (B4).

Unthread and discard the Split Pin from the Payout Latch Lever Spring (B3), then unthread opposite end of the Payout Latch Lever Spring (B3) from the Payout Latch Lever (B1).

Unscrew the two Domed Machine Screws (with lockwashers), and remove the Payout Latch (B17) from the Payout Latch Lever (B1).

Remove the Split Pin, attached to the Latch Release Lever Spring (B10), from the top of the Coin Tube Casting (B4).

Unscrew the Domed Machine Screw, and remove the Latch Release Lever Shaft (B12), including the Payout Latch Release Lever (B8), and the Coin Payout Lever Assembly (B5), from the Coin Tube Casting (B4).

Remove the Split Pin from the Payout Latch Release Lever (B8), then unthread and discard the two Split Pins at either end of the Latch Release Lever Spring (B10).

Unscrew the Shoulder Screw (B21), and remove the Tube Bottom Pawl (B22) with accompanying Pawl Spring (B23) from the Coin Tube Casting (B4).

Unscrew the Domed Machine Screw (with lockwasher) from the top of the Coin Tube Casting (B4), by the hole for the Elevator Shaft (not early models).

Now your Mini Sega is in pieces, you can clean the individual parts of all the old oil and grease residue. A light detergent and warm water is all that is necessary.