Quoted from xizor:
I have a Bally Star Trek with some issues, including an MPU board with the solid LED which won't reset.
Are there any people who offer repair services for these boards still?
I'd like to use the original boards rather than a complete upgrade if possible.
Yes, but I would not go that route. Weebly is the way to go.
It will take considerable turnaround time to get repaired. If it's not damaged AND you don't care how long it takes AND you are willing to pay at least $50-$100 to have it repaired, I guess it could make sense. But what do you do in 6 months when the board breaks down again?