I have always owned EM pinballs, they are easy to work on and pretty simple. Well I was sick of playing the same EM game and only have room for one pin so I sold it because I had found a 2002 Stern Playboy for a what I thought was a steal. Background on the Pin. Homeowner bought it in 2004 and kept in his game room. The pin is in IMMACULATE condition cosmetically and for the most part plays great aside from one glitch I have encountered. I had some friends over played the game for around 4 hours last night flawlessly, after they leave my brother and I continued to play. Mid game the system just reboots, goes to the start page, states the location all the moving parts cycle as If I had just turned the on switch on, did it about three times and then stopped for another three hours of playing. This morning I woke up plug in and instantly did it two, three more times. Plugged it in to a surge protector that was empty of anything else thinking maybe it would stabalize the power. I had read since I live in a huge apartment complex a lot of people on the power could cause a drop in voltage. I did not have a problem for a few hours after that. Does this sound like a drop in voltage? I am hoping its not a serious issue, I can fix any EM in the world, but do not know where to start on this. Like I said machine is IMMACULATE cosmetically and works flawlessly aside from the two incidents I have had with the reset. I paid $1,500 and dont want to have to dump more into it!