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Jersey Jack and soon, System 9 & 11 BriteButtons!

By calico1997

4 years ago

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#1 4 years ago

New - BriteButtons™ for Jersey Jack Pinball's Wizard of Oz & Hobbit .. and coming soon, Williams System 9 & 11 Pinball Machines!

We've heard your many requests, and are pleased to announce that BriteButton plug & play kits are now also available for Jersey Jack Pinball's Wizard of Oz and The Hobbit games. And, in a few days - a new line of BriteButtons kits will also be available for the many classic 80's Williams System 9 & 11 games such as Space Shuttle, Pinbot, Fire! Earth Shaker, and more. See our dealers for availability. Together with the BriteButtons kits already available for Stern SAM, Whitestar, Spike, and Williams WPC/95 games, there are literally hundreds of pinball machines compatible with this very popular accessory. (Also compatible with MMR - see website for instructions.)

For more details, visit our web site:


Please Note: BriteButtons and the BriteMods Company are not affiliated with Jersey Jack Pinball.

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#2 4 years ago

Footnote: For those looking for kits that fit Dialed In, we're working on that, but the game is wired a little differently than the other JJP games.

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#3 4 years ago

I ordered the JJP WOZ Britebuttons from pinballlife..... having a few problems with them .... the wires to the right and left buttons are the same length, so routing the wire to the right flipper is short - too short. Also, have these been tested with WOZ games made after 12/15/2016? I have not found anything regarding this on your website or Pbl.

#4 4 years ago

Well, I threw a meter on things - there’s about 5.5Vdc feeding the topper on WOZ 2.0 systems, not 12v.

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#6 4 years ago

Just to follow up on this thread, it was reported that one can go into the settings menu and adjust the brightness of the WOZ topper. The topper power is what is being used for the BritetButtons. Topper Brightness must be set to maximum, which in turn provides the 12volts needed for the buttons.

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