(Topic ID: 156295)

Any EM repairman (or woman) suggestions for Central Indiana?

By Well_Fed_Games

8 years ago



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#1 8 years ago

Hey, I've got a family friend who has an old 1974 Gottlieb Wedgehead passed down through his father he'd like to have looked over mechanically. He was able to start a game and play but the second game he said "something got stuck." I'm still getting my head around my machine (Williams Flash solid state) so I won't be much help... was wondering if any of you knew someone in the area (he's near Kokomo) that I could recommend for repairs. From what he said on the phone it sounds like this machine has been well kept. Might be an easy repair for a machine that age. Thanks for any advice that I can pass on!

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#2 8 years ago

Can't recommend anyone but have him post a video of the "stuck" issue. Like you said, it might be a quick fix

#3 8 years ago

You could try posting your question to this thread:

https://pinside.com/pinball/forum/topic/whats-for-sale-in-indiana

Also, you can go to Mr. Pinball Classifeds home page and at the very bottom of the page click on the link - "Pinball Collector Register" and then do a search by state until you find someone in Kokomo (or close) that repairs em's. Usually, if you make a call or two they can recommend someone they know in the area.

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