Finally in the books. Thank you to everyone who supported me on this journey. It was another great learning experience for me, electrically. So many Gremlins along the way. And slogged it out one by one. I am extremely happy the way it came out.
Perhaps I will get a hardtop and a new backglass in the future but for now I am happy to enjoy it.
Quit Talking and Start Chalking!
So was the playfield mylar already removed, or did you do that as part of your restore work?
I removed it and clear coated coated the playfield. That is why you see the partial paint loss around the playfield.
Awesome job. It looks great.
Now...how much do you want for it?
LOL! Just joking. This will be a story you can tell your grandkids about!
Well the EBD just did a hard three days at the Louisville arcade Expo. Trial by fire!!
It made it all the way through. The only issues I ran into were the multiplier drop targets not resetting on Saturday. Loose solder joint at the coil.
The Two ball drop target got knocked out of track and jambed.
Then for some strange reason the mpu switched to credit play late on Saturday. I loaded it up with credits. And then checked it an hour later and it was working again. Humm...?
But I was so happy it survived the show.
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