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If I install a new playfield does that make the machine HUO?


By fattdirk

1 year ago



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“Can you return to HUO with a new playfield?”

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#1 1 year ago

I installed a new CPR playfield in my high speed along with new plastics and other various parts. Just curious if this makes my game HUO again? I was thinking about routing it but don't want to spoil the designation if so.

#2 1 year ago

uuummmmm, no!

#3 1 year ago

The only thing that makes it home use only is if its home use ONLY.

#4 1 year ago

No, it does not.

#5 1 year ago

No, it would be a restored game.

#6 1 year ago
Quoted from fattdirk:

I installed a new CPR playfield in my high speed along with new plastics and other various parts. Just curious if this makes my game HUO again? I was thinking about routing it but don't want to spoil the designation if so.

To me, HUO means a game that was purchased factory NIB, was only the property of the original owner, and has only ever been played in that owner's personal residence(s.) If it ever left the original owner's personal residence du jour and was played in any public setting by people personally unknown to the original owner, it is no longer home use only to me.

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#7 1 year ago

I think if you move into the location where the machine is routed, then it's HUO.

#8 1 year ago

Your joking right?

Thanks
Blake

#9 1 year ago

No just a new play field.

#10 1 year ago

Only if the playfield was delivered directly to your residence is it then deemed "HUO".

If you bought it at a show, it is "like new".

If you found it behind a dumpster, it is "lightly routed".

#11 1 year ago

Is this the worst question ever from any Pinside veteran???

#12 1 year ago

I'm glad I could start my very own pinside controversy...

#13 1 year ago

Only thing that matters is if it’s LOO or not.

#14 1 year ago
Quoted from fattdirk:

Just curious if this makes my game HUO again?

Only if it is documented and notarized.

#16 1 year ago

If my wife gets a boob job is she HUO again?

#17 1 year ago
Quoted from Phat_Jay:

If my wife gets a boob job is she HUO again?

pics or it didn't happen...

#18 1 year ago
Quoted from Phat_Jay:

If my wife gets a boob job is she HUO again?

No that's just a resto to players condition again

#19 1 year ago

Who cares if any game is huo or not? Just judge the game based on its condition.

I would take a routed, well-maintained game any day over a huo machine that never had its glass off.

#20 1 year ago

Just shoot me already

#21 1 year ago

Yes, number of players zero.

#22 1 year ago

The playfield had never had a public ball played on it. Only home balls. So I don't get why it isn't home use only? That's the only place these parts were used at. I'm not getting it. Could there be like a home use only original parts? Huoop designation?

#23 1 year ago

I think you’re on to something fattdirk
Bringing HUO machines on route would give a lot of players an opportunity to play a HUO machine that they normally wouldn’t.
I’m sure you could still sell it as HUO after a while as long as it cleans up nice with little to no wear.

#24 1 year ago
Quoted from fattdirk:

The playfield had never had a public ball played on it. Only home balls. So I don't get why it isn't home use only? That's the only place these parts were used at. I'm not getting it. Could there be like a home use only original parts? Huoop designation?

He playfield might be HUO but the machine isn't HUO. HUO should be a machine bought by someone and basically never used anywhere but in a home. Everyone keeps "pushing" what HUO is but bottom line HUO should have original purchase receipt - goodie bag - etc and have never been used outside of a home (to me even taking a machine to a show takes HUO away).

#25 1 year ago

Are the boards huo, cab, mechanisms?

#26 1 year ago
Quoted from Mitch:

Are the boards huo, cab, mechanisms?

Yeah ever since the playfield was changes. They've only been used in the home.

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#27 1 year ago

What a retarded question. If you are the ONLY owner, yes. If it EVER belonged to anyone but you, no.

#28 1 year ago

When in doubt, just describe it as "undocumented huo."

#29 1 year ago
Quoted from E_Gpinball:

Who cares if any game is huo or not? Just judge the game based on its condition.
I would take a routed, well-maintained game any day over a huo machine that never had its glass off.

Seems like a lot care as I see that designation alot and value placed on it.

Quoted from o-din:

Only if it is documented and notarized.

I've got the receipt for the playfoeld and plastics and one from Marco.

#30 1 year ago

If it was HUO before the playfield swap, and HUO since the swap...Then yes.

#31 1 year ago
Quoted from fattdirk:

The playfield had never had a public ball played on it. Only home balls. So I don't get why it isn't home use only? That's the only place these parts were used at. I'm not getting it. Could there be like a home use only original parts? Huoop designation?

Quoted from fattdirk:

I've got the receipt for the playfoeld and plastics and one from Marco.

It's an after-market reproduction playfield--not original.

Would it be a nice restored game? Sure. But it's not an original HUO game.

How about games that have been restored with overlays or hardtops? Those would still be restored games, not HUO.

There are collectors that specifically go after nice original games, and there are collectors who go after nice restored games. It would be a little deceptive to call a restored game HUO when it's actually not part of the history of the game.

Would you call a reproduction playfield a NOS playfield? Even if you installed an original NOS playfield, it would still be a restored game.

#32 1 year ago

He is clearly dragging you guys into this pointless debate. I really wish they would just straight up ban the term from here.

#33 1 year ago

No, it is not. You replaced the playfield, that's it. The cab was still on route somewhere.

#34 1 year ago

The crazy thing is even a HEP restored machine isn't HUO once he is done with it yet I don't know anyone who wouldn't prefer a HEP restored machine over a HUO pin. HUO is likely the MOST overused phrase on pinball forums!

#35 1 year ago
Quoted from dsuperbee:

No, it is not. You replaced the playfield, that's it. The cab was still on route somewhere.

And even if you restored the cabinet, it's still a restoration.

#36 1 year ago

I think it's hilarious how so many people treat the term HUO like it's an actual legal term. It's just a bullshit acronym some pinhead made up.

I'm donning my pocket protector and thick glasses with tape in the middle to participate in this thread.

#37 1 year ago

What if you put a brand new game on route but never plug it in. It's been routed but still has zero plays. It's never been in a home. Would that be NOB routed machine???

#38 1 year ago
Quoted from ercvacation:

What if you put a brand new game on route but never plug it in. It's been routed but still has zero plays. It's never been in a home. Would that be NOB routed machine???

What if you live at the location?

#39 1 year ago
Quoted from fattdirk:

I've got the receipt for the playfoeld and plastics and one from Marco.

You still need one of these stamps or it's not happening.

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#40 1 year ago
Quoted from fattdirk:

What if you live at the location?

So a NOB HUO routed game probably does make sense in this situation.

#41 1 year ago

What if you live in the arcade the machine is in, is that home use only? as it is your home

#42 1 year ago
Quoted from Phat_Jay:

If my wife gets a boob job is she HUO again?

No, upgraded from Pro model to LE model

#44 1 year ago
Quoted from Quadrat:

No, upgraded from Pro model to LE model

There's a joke here about a serialized plaque but since you are talking about somebody's wife I decline the invitation to comment.

#46 1 year ago
Quoted from fattdirk:

I installed a new CPR playfield in my high speed along with new plastics and other various parts. Just curious if this makes my game HUO again? I was thinking about routing it but don't want to spoil the designation if so.

When you mention “HUO”’, what are you referring to? I have to ask these hypothetical questions...

Hospital use only?
Hotel use only?
Hostel use only?
Helicopter use only?
Holiday use only?

Looking for clarification so I can better assist you in your questions. Thank you for your time sir.

#47 1 year ago
Quoted from Coz:

Hospital use only?
Hotel use only?
Hostel use only?
Helicopter use only?
Holiday use only?

Or even

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#48 1 year ago
Quoted from chuckwurt:

Only thing that matters is if it’s LOO or not.

But what if I sent off the legs to get powder coated? Am I screwed?

#49 1 year ago
Quoted from o-din:

Or even[quoted image]

Are you saying Homo Use Only? LOL

#50 1 year ago

You said it, not me. Haha

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