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Dr. Who dmd board help

By RETROCENGO

2 years ago



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#1 2 years ago

I just bought this “professional fully restored” DR. Who.
First play and something fells down, and DMD is of.
A part from the DMD driverboard has fallen of.
Can someone guide me to the correct part to buy? Im from Denmark, could be cool to find the correct part from bestofpinball or other european shops.
Its this little white part at the buttom of pics.
Thank you guys

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#2 2 years ago

Before any help with this we need to know who did the professional restore.

#3 2 years ago

Was the game shipped or were you able to pick it up? I would ask to trade it for a replacement working board from the seller. Most times sellers do help out.

Or at least the seller could send you a new part, if you inquire.

A side note, that is the high voltage section for DMD power. If you go with a LED ColorDMD, you don't have to fix it since those voltages are not used with it.

#4 2 years ago
Quoted from RETROCENGO:

I just bought this “professional fully restored” DR. Who.
First play and something fells down, and DMD is of.
A part from the DMD driverboard has fallen of.
Can someone guide me to the correct part to buy? Im from Denmark, could be cool to find the correct part from bestofpinball or other european shops.
Its this little white part at the buttom of pics.
Thank you guys[quoted image][quoted image][quoted image]

Suggest using a High power replacement board:

Suggest using a High power replacement board:

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#5 2 years ago

Solved.
I solderd it on, and dmd works now, orders a new replacement board, thisone looks really bad

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