This game has been retro’ed to a 19-in-1 and commercial LCD for dedicated Stargate play.
I forget how great these games play when tuned up.
|Drop Target Bank|
|Pop Bumper Coil|
|Repair Master Display (Bottom Segments)|
|Repair Left Flipper|
|Replace 40 pin sockets/reflow pins|
In the last couple of days, I have had two of the nicest original games come in. A Gottlieb System 1 Totem and a Pinbot. Both look like they have hardly been played. Where is one more beautiful survivor?
I wonder what caused this.
Edited: This is what happens when the ground plane shorts to the high voltage on the backside of the SDB.
This is a very nice machine. Minimal planking on the playfield, a perfect backglass and near perfect cabinet, this machine is headed back to a home in Lewistown, MT.
This is a beautiful machine out of Circle, MT just waiting for a little TLC.
Always check that the bonus unit steps down to 0 (off) and steps up to 5000 when the ball ejects.
Assembled from parts, notice the New Pucman 2 board. Still needs a Ms. Pac Boardset, smoked plexi and the bezel glass.
Notice the cloth insulation burned off the wire and the smoked coil: