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HEP This Week 10-14-19

By High_End_Pins

1 year ago

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“EBD Trim legs will be black regardless ”

  • Stainless/Factory 35 votes
  • Blacked out 54 votes
  • Painted Gold matched to cabinet 24 votes

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#2300 8 months ago
Quoted from Atari_Daze:

Here is how I do it. Label baggie with number and description, take picture of said bag, then pics along the way (often of parts pointing to its respective mounting location), then images that appear between baggie pics is what goes into a folder labeled same as baggie, then when sorting images, each section of parts is then sorted automatically. This allows for easy storage on portable hard drive, and thus easy to find weeks or months later during re-install. Simply look for # in question of parts baggie.
(these are out of order as I've already been taking them off the camera but hopefully you get the idea)
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I use the playfield image from the manual, go to local printer shop and blow it up as big as they can print then I buy a ceiling tile or insulating foam board and put the image on top, then I put all the pieces on it to mirror the playfield. I only tumble a few areas at a time, as to not mix up the parts. Take lots of pics and notes too.

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#3600 4 months ago

Always amazing work. I need a High Speed playfield,have a spare laying around that shop? lol

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