Quoted from jgentry:
A full topside tear down. All new rubbers, bulbs, rebuilt flippers, all needed switches adjusted, ramps thoroughly cleaned or replaced, new plastics set if needed, playfield cleaned and waxed, all boards inspected and serviced if needed, inside of the cabinet thoroughly cleaned and repaint if needed, all metal items from the topside tumbled and polished, all backside of the playfield mechs tested and cleaned if needed. Depending on the game and condition it likely will take 20-80 hrs of work.
That's what I would consider a full shop job and others might even add small outer cabinet touch ups as needed. There's lots of different opinions on what should be included but that's what I consider a really good shop job.
Agreed thats what a shop job consists of .