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Bally Atlantis Owners's Club - Fans Welcome


By wayout440

6 years ago



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#701 64 days ago

My friend is considering selling his NOS Bally Atlantis playfield. What would the value be on this?

#702 60 days ago

Details in "Atlantis Submarine Pinball Decal" (BALLY) artworks restored by Zona Arcade & Mikonos. Ready to print with diecut vector (precut) and Bleedings.
https://www.zonaarcade.com/fotos/capturas/Atlantis%20Submarine%20Pinball%20Decal.%20Restord%20Mikonos2.jpg
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#703 52 days ago

Well, I get my restoration printed. I show it:

"Atlantis Submarine Pinball Decals" (BALLY) printed in vinyl with glossy protective lamination and precut (photo 1).
https://www.zonaarcade.com/fotos/artes/Atlantis%20Submarine%20Pinball%20Decals%20print1.JPG
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"Atlantis Submarine Pinball Decals" (BALLY) printed in vinyl with glossy protective lamination and precut (photo 2).
https://www.zonaarcade.com/fotos/artes/Atlantis%20Submarine%20Pinball%20Decals%20print2.JPG
Atlantis Submarine Pinball Decals print2.jpg
"Atlantis Submarine Pinball Decals" (BALLY) printed in vinyl with glossy protective lamination and precut (photo 3).
https://www.zonaarcade.com/fotos/artes/Atlantis%20Submarine%20Pinball%20Decals%20print3.JPG
Atlantis Submarine Pinball Decals print3.jpg
"Atlantis Submarine Pinball Decals" (BALLY) printed in vinyl with glossy protective lamination and precut (photo 4).
https://www.zonaarcade.com/fotos/artes/Atlantis%20Submarine%20Pinball%20Decals%20print4.JPG
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Greetings

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#704 7 days ago

I’ll try this here as I believe the part is the same as in my big guns, and that club doesn’t respond :

How does one raise the ball save popper so that it’s flush w the pf while in the down position while still keeping those two little nuts tight?

Does the popper screw into the plunger?

#705 7 days ago
Quoted from Blackbeard:

Does the popper screw into the plunger?

If I recall correctly, Yes, and the two nuts tighten together to prevent undesired adjustment.
In the image the two nuts are lowered, but in operation one nut is tightened to the plunger shaft putting pressure on it, the second nut is tightened to the first nut to put pressure on it. This pressure should prevent both up and down movement.

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#706 7 days ago

Thanks Atari. I did tighten the two nuts down together against the coil plunger. However, the popper is sitting too low, and balls catch on the wood edge of the pf up top.

I haven't taken it apart, but i'm wondering if the "plunger assembly" spins into the coil plunger, increasing or decreasing the height. Or if the two are welded together?

#707 7 days ago
Quoted from Blackbeard:

I haven't taken it apart, but i'm wondering if the "plunger assembly" spins into the coil plunger, increasing or decreasing the height. Or if the two are welded together?

It should be threaded to allow for proper adjustments. Again, just going from memory, and what appears to be a threaded shaft seen on that part diagram.

#708 7 days ago
Quoted from Atari_Daze:

It should be threaded to allow for proper adjustments. Again, just going from memory, and what appears to be a threaded shaft seen on that part diagram.

Hey there is only room for one Atari in this thread!

#709 7 days ago
Quoted from atariaction:

Hey there is only room for one Atari in this thread!

One can be 2600 and the other 7800!

#710 7 days ago

The only real Atari was the 2600.

#711 7 days ago
Quoted from Blackbeard:

One can be 2600 and the other 7800!

LOLOL!

Quoted from Atari_Daze:

The only real Atari was the 2600.

2600 is OG for sure but 7800 is awesome too!

#712 7 days ago
Quoted from atariaction:

2600 is OG for sure but 7800 is awesome too!

I never had the pleasure, I held onto my 2600 (well still have it actually) and jumped to the first NES about 2 years after it was released.
Slow to upgrade!

#713 7 days ago
Quoted from Atari_Daze:

I never had the pleasure, I held onto my 2600 (well still have it actually) and jumped to the first NES about 2 years after it was released.
Slow to upgrade!

Nice! I somehow skipped NES all together. Went from Vic 20 to C64 to Atari 2600 to 7800 then SNES and then PS1!

#714 7 days ago

I wish we could get a ramp replacement!

#715 6 days ago
Quoted from djsolzs:

I wish we could get a ramp replacement!

Look something like this. talk to Freeplay40

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and your welcome

#716 2 days ago

I meant the whole thing - but I need this too!!

Quoted from Tallon:

Look something like this. talk to Freeplay40
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and your welcome

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