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Added: April 20th, 2019
Ended: April 22nd, 2019
Condition: Fully shopped/refurbished
Williams Pinbot pinball machine. Very strong playing Pinbot with lots of upgrades and bulletproofing done. Has a few cosmetic blemishes but nothing that effects game play. I'd rate it as a nicer players game. I'll list as many defects as I can at the bottom
Playfield shopped: Top side of playfield disassemble, cleaned, waxed, new rubbers installed and all lights changed to new Cointaker premium non ghosting LEDS. Except for a few flashers. (I don't like overly bright flashers) Switches and coils are working properly. Playfield has factory mylar so only a little amount of wear. Small area of the white in the bonus section was touched up. There are a few broke/chipped playfield plastics. Flippers are very strong and were completely rebuilt from bushings to EOS switches. They were also upgraded to the newer style WPC flipper springs for faster response and more snap. All lights in the head were also changed to Cointaker LEDS except for a few flashers.
All boards were sent out and gone over/rebuilt as needed.
NVRAM installed on CPU board so no more batteries. Power supply was rebuilt/upgraded so game is playing rock solid. Fuses were added to the bridge rectifiers to prevent the transformer from burning itself up if shorted.
Cabinet is average condition for it's age. Game is set to free play. Please Note:: Chrome legs pictured and drink holder do not come with the game. They are incorrect size. A set of correct size black legs are included.
I'll try to list every defect I know of for you picky crotchety old bitches.
Broken playfield plastics: Top left large plastic, face plastic, left sling plastic and spiral ramp plastic. Spiral ramp top corner and flap broke. Has mylar on playfield with slight bubbling here and there.
(Work done by previous owner) The center bonus section had it's mylar removed to re-seat the inserts and was touched up in that area. Wires from transformer to the power supply had a meltdown at one time and part of the wire was replaced with speaker wire. Doesn't look pretty but has held up for the 15 years I've owned the game.
Work done by me correctly: back of cab was splitting so I pulled it apart, glued it, nailed it and installed W/B leg brackets. Cab is now sturdy. Paint flaking on back side of cab from being stored sitting on end on concrete. Rear plastic playfield channel is cracked. And a light is out on the coin door at the coin slot.
I can bring to Pinfest if deposit is paid.
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