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Just purchased a 1978 playboy pinball- need advice


By Bladerunner1

1 year ago



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#57 1 year ago

Enjoy having a pin to play. Like vid said, New ball and wax.

Otherwise only fix what breaks mechanically, fix nothing cosmetic until you play at least 100+ games. A well worn pin is still fun to play.

I might rebuild the flippers even if they "work", just so you know what new flippers play like. But you don't need to do that instantly.

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