Has This Happened to You???

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Has This Happened to You???


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    2 years ago
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    So yesterday I was working on getting my Tron Pro's slings working a bit better and I noticed a few dark spots on the playfield. I was like what in the heck is that....

    I then got out the cleaner and tried to wipe it off, it really did not come off that easily. At this point I a starting to get a bit worried about what the stuff was.

    It turned out that I nicked the top of my finger on one of the sling leafs and I was leaving little blood dots all over as I kept on working on the pin.

    Never had that happen before and I am sure it will happen again eventually.:)


    dlbuller

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    2 years ago
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    Usually my blood splatter finds its way to my manuals.


    2 years ago
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    I've had that happen several times. I'm pretty sure in some of the videos I've shot, I've done a little bleeding but tried to pretend it didn't happen.. lol There are plenty of sharp things on the underside of a playfield to get cut on.


    2 years ago
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    dlbuller said:

    Usually my blood splatter finds its way to my manuals.

    As long as it isn't a CSI or W?D manual you should be okay.
    On a BSD blood on the PF is a mod and you have to pay extra for it.


    2 years ago
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    When I clean my playfields I always get a bunch of paper-cut like cuts on my hands from them rubbing against the edges/underside of the plastics. Not much blood, but it hurts



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