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(Topic ID: 247745)

For sale: Who Dunnit


By mjenison

1 year ago



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  • Latest reply 1 year ago by Seatmandan
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#1 1 year ago

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$ 2,500


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For sale: Who Dunnit

Added: July 21st, 2019 Re-listed: 1 time (September 14th, 2019) Ended: October 20th, 2019
Condition: Used - shows wear but 100% working and clean

Item description

I've had this game in my collection for about 18 years. Plays great. Everything works 100%. Never had a problem with electronically. Very reliable game. Only reason I'm selling is to make a slot for another pinball. Sadly, can't keep them all.

Items of note:
- Installed my 3D printed Wheel fix to keep the right slot machine wheel aligned. See what I'm talking about here: https://pinside.com/pinball/forum/topic/who-dunnit-reel-fix#post-3177953
- Touched up clue inserts and covered with protective piece of mylar. One of the case inserts is chipped and could be touched up.
- New sewer scoop
- Cracked plastic near phone (see picture). A piece of thick mylar holds the pieces together from the underside
- Currently have my Who Dunnit Elevator patch EPROM installed, but I can burn the original if desired (all it does is shows 7th floor instead of 8th floor when you stop on the 7th floor)
- The plywood split near the front logo of the cabinet (see picture)
- Bulbs are incandescent, except for a few tactical LEDs for the clue and suspect inserts, and some of the flashers
- LED flasher added to phone
- Has some wear under legs, which are covered by the PinGuard cabinet protectors

Includes:
- standard coin box and lid (not pictured)
- power cord and power cord cover plate (not pictured)
- backbox bolts
- 4 black PinGuard cabinet protectors
- Original Manual and addendum
- Operators handbook
- Set of extra slingshot plastics
- Framed flyer
- Power supply to 120VAC adapter
- balls, legs, leg levelers, etc (standard stuff of course)
- super fancy key chain (pictured)

PM me if you need more pictures or details. Thanks for looking!


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Streamwood, IL, US


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#2 1 year ago

Wow what a beauty. This is my first pin I ever owned. If I had the cash, I'd take it in a heartbeat.

#3 1 year ago

Monitoring, searching for shekels to spare!

#4 1 year ago

You had me when you included the power cord...

#5 1 year ago

Nice machine.
If you decide you're willing to ship let me know.

#6 1 year ago

I keep pretty detailed logs of all the games I restored, and I guess I should have reviewed my notes before posting.

The scoop is not repaired, it is indeed a new scoop assembly, which REPLACED a scoop that had been welded.

Also the original translite was damaged; this is a perfect NOS replacement.

#7 1 year ago

One of the most underrated pins. Ever. Amazing price. Wish I was closer and I really mean that. GLWS

#8 1 year ago

Super fancy key chain bump!

#9 1 year ago

Wow, very nice example of this game, at a GREAT price! GLWS

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