(Topic ID: 85150)

Future Spa Club - Come on in the water is warm!

By Xenon75

7 years ago

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#57 6 years ago

Sounds pretty standard and not specific to Future Spa. What's could be happening is your MPU board is not getting consistent voltage, so it resets or locks up.

Likely culprits are power driver board (bottom right of the head), solenoid driver board (upper right board) or a connector somewhere. Here's a link to a repair guide if you feel like tackling the problem yourself. I'd follow this and check for voltages at the test points.


5 months later
#63 5 years ago

I've never seen any news about a playfield - CPR just got the stuff to do widebodies and Paragon is up. Pinball Pimp just released cabinet stencils though.

2 years later
#148 3 years ago
Quoted from jsa:

My son and I are in mid-restoration of our Future Spa. We purchased these stencils:
We've been told these are the best out there. We're almost ready to start painting, so we'll let you know.
As for the backglass, there are a number of threads here on making reproduction backglasses, translites or hybrids. Some are more sophisticated than others. YMMV. What's the status of yours?

You'll be very happy with those stencils.

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#166 3 years ago
Quoted from Pecos:

I got my diffraction grating today. The pictures do not do it justice. I was going to use double sided tape, but changed my mind and went with clear shipping tape cut into thin strips. I only taped down the sides. That seemed to suffice.

I used pushpins to attach mine to the lamp board instead of the glass. Works pretty well for me.

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