This is a very nice survivor. It has cooked coils on the reset bank and a couple sticky units, but it should be back running strong in a couple weeks.
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MPU Board Repair, Power Board Repair, Flipper Repairs, Plunger Repair, Rubber Kit, Bulbs and Wax… Solid Player.
This game must have been struck by lightning. 3 PCBs and the display all had to be replaced. The PCB’s aren’t serviceable and NAMCO does exchange at $350-$500 through their dealer network. This game as 11k plays so it hasn’t quite paid for itself. Back when it was purchased, MSRP was $6999.
Beautiful machine running great. A lot of ball swirls from a rusted ball, but a new ball and some wax should prevent any more. Multiple repairs, rubber, wax and bulbs make it mancave ready!
Note: The game came with the doorbell credit button and remains at customer request.
The game was stored in a shed at the Paradise Valley KOA for many years. It had several minor problems. This game uses the same control boards as a Space Invaders. It uses a copper clad plate for aiming and works great.
This machine will be out in the wild fishing for quarters at Paradise Valley KOA Kampground. It has been on location for many years and needed a little maintenance and repair:
Reset Relay Switch Adjustment
P1 10’s Zero Switch Adjustment
Bad Motor Clutch
Player Unit Sticking
Setup, Config, Test