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GHOSTBUSTERS Custom Pinball - How It Works


By Betelgeuse

6 years ago



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#35 6 years ago

Thank you for sharing this video. Your re-theme is so slick and well integrated but it is even more impressive now seeing how you did it, and thinking of all the work and planning it must have taken.

Was it as much work as I think it must have been to position and adjust all those extra switches under the playfield? After you got everything working initially has it required much maintenance to keep it all working smoothly?

Also, I think I saw a surge protector strip in the cabinet: did you wire that up so it gets power when the machine turns on, or is it just plugged into the service outlet?

This is a big inspiration to me and I'm sure a lot of others - I definitely got some cool ideas for the next phase of my Nugent/Raspberry Pi project from seeing your videos....

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