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About to set 2 Games on Fire

By DefDumBlindKid

1 year ago

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  • Latest reply 1 year ago by toddtuckey
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“About to set 2 Games on Fire”

  • Keep the Lemons 6 votes
  • Sell the Lemons 24 votes
  • Set those Lemons afire 33 votes

(Multiple choice - 63 votes by 60 Pinsiders)

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#51 1 year ago

If you burn them you will become a legend...your name will go down in history.

#52 1 year ago
Quoted from KongDonkey:

If you burn them you will be a legend...your name will go down in history.

Make it a Pay per View Event, sell tshirts!
Id pay.....$10 bucks to watch that.

#53 1 year ago

I once saw a video of a Black Pyramid machine being damaged intentionally. I think someone dropped it from several stories and watched the carnage. As much as I hate playing that annoying machine, I would not condone this type of activity. The machines on this thread, which I will refer to as contemporary DMD machines, while they might be annoying to some people, don't deserve to be intentionally damaged, just because they have a glitch of some kind.

#54 1 year ago

Disconnect all the Christmas ornaments!!!

#55 1 year ago

Your mods could be killing every board you swap in to it. Did you tell Stern you have them installed?

Don't set AC/DC on fire though, use TNT!

#56 1 year ago

Just keep them as wall hangers

#57 1 year ago

As a wise man once said...

"The pin, the pin, the pin is on fire!
We don't need no water—Let the motherfucker burn!
Burn, motherfucker, burn!"

...or sell them as parts machines.

#58 1 year ago

I thought I would mention to all this tip that may help some of you......we had alot of trouble with a Gottlieb STARGATE pinball machine in a fancy house with a separate game room. They had the one pinball and 4 video games.....they complained the pinball shut off sometimes and flippers were weak. (Video games were all fine) Our service guy could find nothing wrong...went back several times with boards, bottom transformer...and no change...we would leave and it was fine and next day customer screaming.
Curt went back out a 4th time and then it DID IT WHILE HE WAS THERE! He took a voltage reading of outlet...and it was 100 volts....then in 10 minutes back up to 115 volts. Turned out a huge sump pump was on same circuit. Couldn't hear it, but it managed to screw up that pinball. Oddly, the video games worked fine the whole time...so that's why we never suspected the voltage. So now, we read line voltage as part of our service call. We also ask people if they recently bought new appliances, like a small refrigerator. Hope this helps some folks out! Todd

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