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Last Action Hero club, come on in!


By Matt_Rasmussen

6 years ago



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#1059 1 year ago

Joined the club this week. I'm having a blast playing it and cleaning it up.

Anyone have pictures of different color rubber for the posts and slings? I'm looking at all the Titan options and thinking about getting creative.

#1061 1 year ago
Quoted from Antennaejim:

Read through the pages on this post there are some examples!

Saw yours, and took note of the use of the slim posts on the captive ball. Thanks for that info and the pictures.

#1063 1 year ago

My playfield has no "ticket wear" (the scoops themselves do....getting Cliffies for those). Would it be wise to give it a good coat of wax and then a mylar patch over the area that the ball hits along the M-Ball insert and the ticket, where most have a wear spot?

#1068 1 year ago

Anyone have an accurate list of rubber parts for this game? The manual is definitely not 100% accurate because I know it’s completely missing at least two of them.
Looks like it’s missing one next to the lower right scoop, and one at the top to the left of the lanes.

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#1074 1 year ago
Quoted from shirkle:

Anyone have an accurate list of rubber parts for this game? The manual is definitely not 100% accurate because I know it’s completely missing at least two of them.
Looks like it’s missing one next to the lower right scoop, and one at the top to the left of the lanes.

Just wanted to let others know that 3/16" bands are used on the posts above the 1/2" bumpers. The manual incorrectly labels them as 5/16".

#1075 1 year ago

Noticed a wire under the double scoops that’s not connected to anything. It’s a plain white wire.

Where does this go?

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#1079 1 year ago

That’s got to be it.
I believe the switch does work, but haven’t had the game long enough or played enough to say for sure. I know get the “Let’s play chicken” call out.
I’ll connect it and see if there is any change.
Thank you very much for the picture!

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#1104 1 year ago
Quoted from Uofkgrad1990:

Ok, total noob question. What is the best way to raise the playfield? I pull can pull the playfield forward, but it does not want to lift up very easily. I saw that someone else had previously asked the same question, but no answer was provided for the public. I need to lift it so I can remove a scoop and look for a bulb that I believe came loose and fell into the scoop. Thanks.

Someone correct me if I'm wrong, since I haven't had the game very long. Your options for lifting the playfield are to either use the side support, or to lift it to vertical position and hook the bungee cord through the hook on the bottom left corner (when vertical). To do work, you're probably looking at using the bungee method. On mine, the bungee doesn't even reach. Raising the playfield is the only big flaw I've found with this game.

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#1838 11 months ago

Any suggestions on what to do when clean, solid, ramp shots get around faster than the diverter moves? I don't think this creates any problems other than which flipper the ball goes to, but I've noticed it occasionally when playing and was wondering if anyone has suggestions.

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#1953 10 months ago

I always see that plastic with a red bulb under it. That should probably be taken into consideration when designing art for it. I assume the red was to tie in with the curtains on the playfield next to it.

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#1996 9 months ago

I’m in for the plastic!

I really like that alternate translite. Looks great.

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#2140 5 months ago

I could be wrong, but I think if the hole is damaged and you put a Cliffy over it, the damage/missing wood gives the Cliffy enough room to bend and dent a little when the ball bangs into it when it ricochets off of the scoop. I think you have to fill the damage before putting the Cliffy on.

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