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Has anyone installed woz 2.0 yet? I’m about to!


By pinballkyle

7 months ago



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#2 7 months ago
Quoted from pinballkyle:

Hi there, curious how the install went for the 2.0 upgrade kit for anyone who did it. Mines in the mail. Thanks!

If you're referring to the light boards, it's been discussed recently in the woz value thread and it sounds like a chore.

https://pinside.com/pinball/forum/topic/currrent-market-value-for-woz#post-4562000

Quoted from vireland:

The upgrade isn't hard, it just takes about 12 hours the first time (instructions aren't super-clear in spots due to so many revs of the machine). Once you've done it once it could probably be done in 8 hours or less.

https://pinside.com/pinball/forum/topic/currrent-market-value-for-woz#post-4562016

Quoted from vireland:

It's not hard, just time-consuming, and the first time there's some ambiguity about what needs to be pulled through the harness and what doesn't. There's also some bracket parts missing from the kit you need to source yourself at about the midpoint. And some of the leads to the new LED boards are *just barely long enough* so if you don't orient them "right" you need to do it again when it comes time to plug the chain into the power board.
Like I said, with the experience of doing it once, you can cut the time almost in half, but I really don't want to ever do it again.
Totally worth doing it once though to have a reliable lighting system where all the lights work and there's no flickering when everything's white.

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