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Bally Solid-State Card and Sticker Locations


By jsa

1 year ago



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#1 1 year ago

I'm in mid-restoration of a 1979 Bally Future Spa, but this could apply to any Bally of that general era.

I'm wondering if folks could post some photo examples in-situ of the main cabinet cards, serial certificate, warning labels, information stickers, etc. Also, any stickers/labels in the back box in between the various PCBs.

I have most of these (or can reproduce), but they had fallen onto the bottom of the cabinet by the time I got my hands on it, so I'm trying to see where the factory placed most of them.

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#2 1 year ago

The manufacturer certificate with the machine number goes vertically on the frame directly holding the cash box. This way it is visible when you open the coin door and remove the cash box.

See my Thread Bally Mata Hari - Eye of the day as I have a picture of the exact location of that sticker:
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Check Matt's thread (Mata Hari dirty girl) and mine as well, for pictures of the various labels and stickers.

Yves

#3 1 year ago

I have a file for the manufacturer certificate.
If you like I can change some things to match your game.
Send me a PM with your email and I'll send you a copy.

Peter
www.inkochnito.nl

#4 1 year ago
Quoted from Inkochnito:

I have a file for the manufacturer certificate.
If you like I can change some things to match your game.
Send me a PM with your email and I'll send you a copy.
Peter
www.inkochnito.nl

PM'd, thanks for everything you do, Peter!

I suspect the locations for other cards/stickers changed over the duration of this era of machine. I can do some sleuthing to figure out where some things went.

Does anyone know what was stapled to the TOP surface of the intersection of the right coin box guide and the cross beam?

#5 1 year ago
Quoted from jsa:

PM'd, thanks for everything you do, Peter!
I suspect the locations for other cards/stickers changed over the duration of this era of machine. I can do some sleuthing to figure out where some things went.
Does anyone know what was stapled to the TOP surface of the intersection of the right coin box guide and the cross beam?

I’ve seen types of paper guards similar to what is over the displays stapled there. As if it’s covering the power switch or something. I spent hours looking at Mata Hari cabinets online in random image searches but could never find a clear shot of what was printed on it if anything.
Is this pic what you are referring to?
Not my machine, but found this in google image searches.

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#6 1 year ago
Quoted from mrm_4:

I’ve seen types of paper guards similar to what is over the displays stapled there. As if it’s covering the power switch or something. I spent hours looking at Mata Hari cabinets online in random image searches but could never find a clear shot of what was printed on it if anything.
Is this pic what you are referring to?
Not my machine, but found this in google image searches.

Actually, I'm asking because my machine had staples there and a bit of paper beneath them. I removed all of that in the teardown but I had been trying to find out what it might have been. It seems it was a bit of fishpaper to protect people from the power switch area. That settles the mystery!

My playfield was mostly NOS so it's like a time capsule. It's really the cabinet and backbox that I'm curious about. Also any tags/strings on the harnesses and stickers that may have been placed on the ROMs.

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#7 1 year ago
Quoted from jsa:

Actually, I'm asking because my machine had staples there and a bit of paper beneath them. I removed all of that in the teardown but I had been trying to find out what it might have been. It seems it was a bit of fishpaper to protect people from the power switch area. That settles the mystery!
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I know its been awhile since the last post (48 days) but I wanted to mention that the above picture is identical to the inside of my 1979 Time Warp.

I have the original grey fish paper (fyberoid) stapled on the power switch block to act as a shield from people touching this area.

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