Quoted from snyper2099:
I have done it more than 50 times both ways. I’ve been fixing games for 20 years. Trust me, changing Replay is easier.
Totally agree!!!- changing replay is way easier!!!
But....... the OP made it pretty clear in the ORIGINAL post that he did not want the option of lowering the replay.
So, using your 20 years experience, what would your best solution be for the OP’s original problem? (Please, try very hard to remember- lowering the replay is NOT a answer to his question)
PS- the replay knocker has a long history in pinball and is such a fun feature to hear and earn. It is sad that you disconnect or don’t fix them for your customers. I understand if the customer asks to disable it- but I wonder if it wasn’t going off all the time because of your minimal effort of lowering the replay, that they may enjoy the thrill of hearing the game knock for a skilled player.