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ALMEX TICKET MACHINES

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A2154 219956
I believe that the 'European small-roll' version is known as the 'A1'. There is no operator's number on the exterior, but it prints '0377'. The machine is shown open and the slot in the end-door (and bedplate) is for validating insert-type tickets. Maximum fare is £99.90 in 10p steps. The cliché plate is not original. This is the machine which introduced me to the interior of an Almex as it locked solid soon after I had bought it - a replacement handle-end end-plate cured the problem. The distorted end and other evidence seen strongly suggest that the machine had been dropped at some time in the past and the black operating lever may not be original. The ten 'class codes' are - A B D E F G H K L
Posted by Bill on March 16, 2012

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5 Comments

Reply Richard FENNELL
10:37 AM on March 25, 2017 
Just to let you know I have just purchased one of these machines, supplied by A.E.M.Mégras, to the Haute-Rhin Education Authority in France in 2009. Machine No 408 in G.W.O. and very good condition, everything works well,identical to your machine in Photo No 37, but with the large ticket drum. I picked it up at a local Brocante here in the Dordogne for ?40 ! The number is A2247-249828
Reply Richard FENNELL
10:33 AM on March 25, 2017 
Just to let you know I have just purchased one of these machines, supplied by A.E.M.Mégras, to the Haute-Rhin Education Authority in France in 2009. Machine No 408 in G.W.O. and very good condition, everything works well,identical to your machine in Photo No 37, but with the large ticket drum. I picked it up at a local Brocante here in the Dordogne for ?40 !
Reply Bill
5:56 AM on October 11, 2012 
Irene Wong says...
I have recently bought myself one of this fasinating ticketing machine and I hope some one can help to advise me how to refill the receipt roll of paper.
When I open it ,I just dont know where to start.
Regards
Irene


Hi Irene,
I thought that there was a copy of the operating instructions on this site, but if there is I can't find it.

If you click on my name "Bill" at the top of one of these comments, that should take you to my profile. From there, you should be able to send me a private message - include your email address in it, and I'll try to help you.

Failing that, leave another message here.

Good luck,

Bill.
Reply Irene Wong
8:03 AM on October 10, 2012 
I have recently bought myself one of this fasinating ticketing machine and I hope some one can help to advise me how to refill the receipt roll of paper.
When I open it ,I just dont know where to start.
Regards
Irene
Reply Bill
12:15 PM on September 2, 2012 
The wise ones here will have noticed that there is no audit roll shown in the illustration. One has since been fitted. A useful tip is that when you change the date, also advance the audit roll a little to split dates of use. Don't forget that the next ticket issued will still show the old date.

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