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    Anyone have a per machine multiplier for determining parts budget on A2 machines? long time ago it was.06 cents a game

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    If memory serves me correctly, Tom Schemm told me the national average was $500 - $550 per machine per year. I do not know how many lines that encompassed. After installing energy savers and a number of other mods on my machines, I was around $150 per machine per year. We were doing around 3200 lines per machine per year which works out to about $0.05 a line. This was from 2012 to 2017.
    Everything has to be Somewhere !!

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      Your average budget numbers will be much lower if the machines have been maintained well.
      The opposite will be true if they have been overlooked for a length of time.

      Hopefully, you will be on the "if you need it, get it" budget.

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