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Cyclopes Pinball EDIT: NOS Playfield Found!!!


By Ronnie1114

5 years ago



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#201 4 years ago
Quoted from gcp:

Looks like someone needs to regrain their lockdown bar!

I don't worry about stuff like that.

The overhead lighting and the camera make it look worse than it really is. Roger didn't seem to mind.

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#202 4 years ago
Quoted from noahpdavis:

Huge thanks to Ronnie for comin' through with Cyclopes this afternoon on his way home form PAGG. He'd promised it to me what seems like a year ago, and delivered - thanks again man! I can finally close my ancient WTB thread.
So first order of business is digging into this GI problem. I've got good AC voltage on the power supply all the way down to the white connector between the backbox/playfield.
With that connector disconnected, I have good voltage across the pins on the backbox side (male). When I connect it to the playfield side (female), the voltage goes away completely. I've checked this in real time with my meter seeing voltage on the male side and vanishing when I plug it in. I've checked continuity with the connector connected and everything buzzes nice and strong, so I don't think it's actually the connector.
Backbox GI is fine. feature lamps are fine
I tugged twisted just about all the GI sockets on the playfield. What should I check next?
Psyched to see it all lit up soon (hopefully).

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Congrats Noah! What a long quest for Cyclopes.

#203 4 years ago
Quoted from schudel5:

The overhead lighting and the camera make it look worse than it really is. Roger didn't seem to mind

Hah! Fair enough!

#204 4 years ago

Looks like these are the right flash bulbs (the 89's in it are too bright and burning out quick) - can anyone confirm?

http://www.bulbtown.com/1155_MINIATURE_BULB_BA15S_BASE_p/1155.htm?CartID=1

#206 4 years ago

I'll take that as a yes! Ordering now. Found 'em slightly cheaper here - https://www.1000bulbs.com/product/1110/IND-1155-10PK.html

#207 4 years ago

Glad you are enjoying it! I miss it already and seeing this is not helping

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