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Accidentally switched connectors on Williams System 9 - how bad is it?


By PinballTilt

4 years ago



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#4 4 years ago

There will be a lot of damage. I have made this repair before and will never do it again. I would not touch it. Send it out. Most repair services will not accept this type of repair work if someone has already worked on it.

#12 4 years ago

It has been a couple of years, but if I remember correctly, after I replaced everything I thought needed replacing, it still didn't boot. Then I started replacing these little caps and bingo.

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