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Mini Pins - Who's got em? Nudge-it, bell Ringer, Bullseye etc etc

By d0n

6 years ago


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#51 7 months ago
Quoted from jaytrem:

Just got a Bell Ringer, looks like #24. Still working on it, but it's ckeaning up pretty nice.
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Looks good!

#52 7 months ago
Quoted from Coyote:

Mine aren't stiff at all - and in case you DO break them, these buttons are STILL very, very readily available.

Item number??? That’s not what Steve said when I was at PBR.

#53 7 months ago
Quoted from Isochronic_Frost:

Item number??? That’s not what Steve said when I was at PBR.

Any 2" Arcade button will do.

For example:
https://tinkersphere.com/buttons-switches/3006-2-inch-arcade-button-red-illuminated.html

Take the 'STOP' insert out of the old one, and put it in the new one. There is nothing special about these buttons.

#54 7 months ago
Quoted from Coyote:

Any 2" Arcade button will do.
For example:
https://tinkersphere.com/buttons-switches/3006-2-inch-arcade-button-red-illuminated.html
Take the 'STOP' insert out of the old one, and put it in the new one. There is nothing special about these buttons.

You have to buy the entire button, what a pain!!

#55 7 months ago
Quoted from Isochronic_Frost:

You have to buy the entire button, what a pain!!

... Uh, if you break the button, then yes, you need to get a new button. I'm a little confused at the seemingly lack of understanding how that works.
I mean, you could likely find a used button on eBay andake the part you need, but since you have to take it completelyanyways, might as well just replace the whole thing. Even back in the 90's, you couldn't just buy individual parts to these buttons.

To make it a little more clear - as maybe my instructions above was confusing - here's an Imgur link with pics and descriptions on removal:

https://imgur.com/a/GyndLGy

Hopefully that makes it a little more clearer. This is the same for just about ANY 2" Arcade button - including those counting on Cyclone. (I say almost because there was at least one game manufacturer that needed to design their OWN friggin' button, and it disassembles a different way.)

#56 7 months ago
Quoted from Coyote:

... Uh, if you break the button, then yes, you need to get a new button. I'm a little confused at the seemingly lack of understanding how that works.
I mean, you could likely find a used button on eBay andake the part you need, but since you have to take it completelyanyways, might as well just replace the whole thing. Even back in the 90's, you couldn't just buy individual parts to these buttons.
To make it a little more clear - as maybe my instructions above was confusing - here's an Imgur link with pics and descriptions on removal:
https://imgur.com/a/GyndLGy
Hopefully that makes it a little more clearer. This is the same for just about ANY 2" Arcade button - including those counting on Cyclone. (I say almost because there was at least one game manufacturer that needed to design their OWN friggin' button, and it disassembles a different way.)

Sometimes the clear lens will crack, and it’s annoying to buy a $10 button when you just need the plastic lens. If you break a part of a button it would make sense to replace the part that broke You also obviously posted in your link that you need to pry the clear lens off the white button with a screw driver which is why I said they’re delicate and easy to break.
I’m more confused why you understand that and yet continue to so strongly disagree with me. Very strange.

#57 7 months ago
Quoted from Isochronic_Frost:

I said they’re delicate and easy to break.

They're not though. They're fsemi-flexible, and tough. I've never broken one while dissambling - only seen them (the clear lenses) break when arcade kids pound on them.

#58 7 months ago

Pretty difficult to get smaller than a Varkon.

Enjoy the day. Shane

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#59 3 months ago

On a game like nudge it, bullseye etc can you save high score with name?

#60 3 months ago

I know you can't on Bell Ringer. They never quite finished the code on these it seems like.

#61 3 months ago
Quoted from northvibe:

On a game like nudge it, bullseye etc can you save high score with name?

Not on Nudge-It. And yeah, the software's darn incomplete and buggy.

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