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Bally Hotdoggin' Owners & Fans - You've Come to the Right Place!

By sunnRAT

3 years ago


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#1 3 years ago

...or atleast that's what the flyer says! Ok I looked and there wasn't a Hotdoggin' club so I will start one.

I got lucky and picked one up after getting some local play on one located at Electric Bat here in Tempe, AZ. She is a survivor and plays wonderful. I love the colors and art style of this machine. It's a (ski) trip.

With a production run of 2,050, how many are still out there? Who has one?

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#2 3 years ago

Maybe someday I will find the right machine for me. Hopefully soon.

#3 3 years ago

I'm in!

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#4 3 years ago

I got one just a couple of weeks ago. It's pretty beat with some terrible playfield touch up work. The two lower displays appear to not be working. I think i might just buy the 7-digit display set from XPIN as i hear this game is not too hard to roll (>999,999 points).

#5 3 years ago

I have one and talk about it with my podcast partner on The Classic Pinball Podcast episode #47.

#6 3 years ago

My game with clearcoat nos pf and plastics.

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#7 3 years ago

Would be curious if anyone has modded this machine to make the loop in the upper left behind the in-line drops more meaningful.

#8 3 years ago

I play the one at our local arcade. Love those wide hips. Underrated game!

#9 3 years ago

Can anyone tell me what colors the white wires in the pic should be? They come from the rectifier board and go into the two terminals above. I'm replacing the rectifier board so want to get it looking correct.

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#10 3 years ago
Quoted from Crackle:

Can anyone tell me what colors the white wires in the pic should be? They come from the rectifier board and go into the two terminals above. I'm replacing the rectifier board so want to get it looking correct.

Your rectifier board has had some bridge rectifier failures. So someone has wired up two external bridge rectifiers (terminals as you called them) to get the machine working. When you replace the rectifier board, you can remove those white wires and the two bridge rectifiers mounted to the side of the cabinet. They are not factory, someone has added them to resolve problems with your current rectifier board.

#11 3 years ago

Thanks @Quench!

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#12 3 years ago

I hope to be hitting the slopes on Monday. Grabbing one from a buddy, super excited, but have not seen it yet.

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#13 3 years ago

Loving it.
And. It's a pretty nice one.

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#14 2 years ago

Anyone know of or have a nice HOTDOGGIN playfield for sale.

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#15 8 months ago

Just joined the club! snagged one that has sat for a long time.... need to clean it up and put it on route!
I assume there are no plastic sets or protectors available?

#16 8 months ago
Quoted from northvibe:

Just joined the club! snagged one that has sat for a long time.... need to clean it up and put it on route!
I assume there are no plastic sets or protectors available?

I have never seen protectors or replacement sets for this one. Congrats. Super fun game.

#17 8 months ago

Anybody out there happen to have an extra spinner assembly? Mine came without one.

#18 8 months ago
Quoted from guitarded:

I have never seen protectors or replacement sets for this one. Congrats. Super fun game.

thanks! Been trying to cut/make our own plastic protectors but it is a finicky job.

#19 8 months ago

I bought an NOS playfield from Mike Pacek for Hot Doggin' a few years back. He had one more when I got mine, so he might still have it.

#20 8 months ago

PM Sent

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#21 5 months ago

Anyone find a cap kit for the sound board AS-3022-x?

from pictures it looks like
2 x 1uF 100v
2 x 470uF 16v
4700uF 25v

#22 5 months ago
Quoted from northvibe:

Anyone find a cap kit for the sound board AS-3022-x?
from pictures it looks like
2 x 1uF 100v
2 x 470uF 16v
4700uF 25v

I recently ordered a bunch from Jameco including your listed values. It’s fine to use higher voltage.

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#23 4 months ago

Hey guys, just picked up a project and wondering if anyone has a decent playfield kicking around? Looks like some people have had some luck finding replacements. Let me know what you have and what you would want for it….

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