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:
This beautiful machine is on its way back home to Big Sky, Montana.
This is a very nice machine. It originally came for Nickels and Dimes, Incorporated (Tilt Amusements).
This one will stay in the shop through the weekend for some endurance testing:
This is what it looked like when I first removed the old “repair” globs:
And this is what it looked like after the repair:
This game came in for repairs, shop job and LED’s. One Pop Bumper was not working: turned out to be a 2 transistors and the 7402 chip that drove them. The power board had a tip36C transistor failure. There was a broken flipper, a cracked flipper and two burnt coils. Still needs the Wire Actuator 535-7322-00 (not available) to be custom made. One string of GI is out. Still dirty, but on its way back to greatness:
Got the Backbox and Feature lights converted to LED. Replaced the Clock PCB with a Rottendog CLK01. Replaced a bunch of 906 Flashers. Replaced the S1865 Flipper Opto with a PVE11233 to get the right flipper going. Still needs cleaning, rubber and a few more LEDs. Reporting left flipper EOS switch to check and also needs remote battery holder. I also notice a broken slot machine scoop ($89+shipping), but I don’t think that needs fixing. Sure coming together nicely:
This is what happens when a mouse pees into a twilight zone clock: