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Coin operated washer and dryer

I am using 3 X$.25 for each wash and dry. I want to increase another coin using another slot. How please advise.

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    I have a sears washer and dryer. I want to add one more coin to the slot on each. How do I go about it, the slot are from a victor machine.

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Remove the coin slot out remove the slug used to plug the coin slot

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