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For sale: Police Force


By Oldschool77

6 months ago



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#1 6 months ago

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For sale: Police Force

Added: February 19th, 2019 Ended: February 20th, 2019
Condition: Fully shopped/refurbished

Item description

Planned on keeping this for a while, but as usual in this hobby a game that I have been after for a long time that never comes up for sale (Bally’s Dungeons and Dragons) came up, so I need to make some room.

This is probably one of the cleanest system 11’s I’ve seen out of the 20 or so system 11’s I’ve owned over the years. According to the previous owner, he bought it from a lady that had it in her finished basement for 15+ years, and it shows (AND luckily she knew enough to have the batteries replaced a few times!)! All the boards in the backbox are original, untouched, and matching (if that matters to you, it does to some). Even the GI connector looks brand new!

So here’s what I’ve done to it in the past month…….
Power supply was rebuilt with new caps. Reflowed all the header pins on the MPU and the Power supply. I also removed the old battery holder and replaced it with a 15-year Lithium battery (No Acid damage as shown in the pics). Full, everything off topside, teardown, Novus cleaned and three coats of Mother’s paste pure Carnauba wax applied. Installed new rubbers, replaced the faded cracked blue plastic posts with new posts. Installed new bumper bodies, bumper skirts and bumper caps (the old ones are included since they don’t make the decals anymore for them). New upper lane guides, new opto board for the skill shot spinner, NOS jackpot display glass, new flipper buttons. Installed new coil sleeves in the bumpers and flippers. Cleaned/adjusted the EOS switches on the flippers. Performed the WPC flipper mod (Makes the flippers snappier).

Condition wise, the game is amazing. The playfield is nearly perfect. With only a little paint loss where the right ramp drops (they all have that) and a chip on the right hand slingshot plastic (they are available if you want to replace it). The ramps are both absolutely PERFECT with zero chips or cracks (the center ramp on this game is normally toasted)! Protectors are installed on the center ramp, but it’s perfect under them anyways. The translite is amazing and has warm white LEDs installed behind it to keep it that way. The cabinet has some normal nicks and dings and some touchup on the left side of the head, but is fade free and solid as a rock. The topper is very very nice with no major issues (And I installed LED flashers in it because the stock ones can hardly be seen). The legs, leg levelers and leg bolts are all new. The coin door is beautiful and the PF glass is nearly perfect. Also the belt for the car has been adjusted and is not dry rotted like many are, and the car runs perfectly every time. Also the ramp diverter was expertly rebuilt by the previous owner, and it works perfectly as well!

On a side note…as many of you know, I normally do the Mosfet lamp driver transistor and resistor mod to the MPU boards on system 7/9 and 11. But the boards on this game are so perfect and untouched, I decided not to in case someone wants a completely mod free game (other than the battery holder which is a must). If you'd like me to perform this bullet proofing we can work something out.

Please review all the pictures closely and ask questions!! I can provide more pictures and/or gameplay video as needed. I try to be as forthcoming and transparent as possible about the condition because no one likes surprises!

I’m willing to ship at buyer’s expense. I’ve shipped a lot of games and can help you with the process if it’s new to you.


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#6 6 months ago
Quoted from JeffZee:

Curious... What's the Mosfet lamp driver transistor and resistor mod?

Basically you pull the super hot cement resistors and replace their corresponding transistors for the lamp matrix with the newer Mosfet ones. Then perform a voltage split with smaller standard resistors. All this removes about 80% of the heat generated in the backbox.

Here's the pinwiki link....

http://www.pinwiki.com/wiki/index.php?title=Williams_System_9_-_11#MOSFETs_Installed_in_a_System_9_MPU_Board

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