(Topic ID: 297177)

1979 Lazer ball by Williams

By Kendoken

7 days ago



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  • Latest reply 7 days ago by ryan1234
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    #1 7 days ago

    You heard of Christine the car that would rebuild it self that my pinball it was the only machine that survived a warehouse that collapsed and 3 house fires my father bought it when I was 14 yrs old the traded it for a parrot to a buddy he passed away and I ended up with it back I'm now 48 but not that good with electronics just average so I got it to light up and has sound but the scoring lights don't work can't put any credits up or no flippers or anything on the playing field once in a while I can get one of the bumper to click what should I test or do I'm kinda at a loss cause the book with the scamatic is gone and can't find one on line sorry this is so long

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    #2 7 days ago

    Manual:

    https://www.ipdb.org/files/1413/Williams_1979_Lazer_Ball_Full_Manual.pdf

    We were all new to this once.

    You found the right place for help though.

    #3 7 days ago

    First- Laser Ball (not Lazer Ball) is a amazing pinball machine. I think it is the fastest wide-body pin.

    Here is a link- repair guide for system 6-
    https://pinwiki.com/wiki/index.php?title=Williams_System_3_-_7

    Here is a link to the Laser Ball club-
    https://pinside.com/pinball/forum/topic/laser-ball-club-watch-out-for-her-balls

    Personally I would start with replacing the 40 pin connector between the two main boards. Great plains electronics sells replacement connectors.

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