(Topic ID: 197857)

repair


By thelazybman

10 months ago



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    #1 10 months ago

    Is their anyone who works/repairs bingo machines in the seattle/everett area ??

    #2 10 months ago

    Did you buy that beautiful Broadway that was listed on Craigslist in southern WA? It was somewhere around $500. If you got it, that was a gorgeous game from what I could see.

    Yes, I know someone who may be able to help you. He is Gary Conway, a former collector of bingo games. You can find his contact info on Phil Hooper's web site. If you don't know Phil's site, just google "Phil Hooper bingo" and you'll find a link to it. Navigate around until you come to his "Resources" page and you'll find a listing for Gary. Gary used to collect but quit after developing back problems. I don't know if he will do hourly work, but if he will, you've got one of the best in the country.

    Also, I think Richard Gerlitz lives in the Seattle region. (I may be wrong.) I don't know if he has contact information on Phil's site, but he may. He's the one with the repair videos, and he knows as much as anyone you will meet.

    #3 10 months ago

    Bought just down the street in Marysville He just wanted it out of his garage. P/F Glass Cab all in decent shape. I had no clue they weigh more then a Buick

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    #4 10 months ago
    Quoted from BlackCatBone:

    Did you buy that beautiful Broadway that was listed on Craigslist in southern WA? It was somewhere around $500. If you got it, that was a gorgeous game from what I could see.
    Yes, I know someone who may be able to help you. He is Gary Conway, a former collector of bingo games. You can find his contact info on Phil Hooper's web site. If you don't know Phil's site, just google "Phil Hooper bingo" and you'll find a link to it. Navigate around until you come to his "Resources" page and you'll find a listing for Gary. Gary used to collect but quit after developing back problems. I don't know if he will do hourly work, but if he will, you've got one of the best in the country.
    Also, I think Richard Gerlitz lives in the Seattle region. (I may be wrong.) I don't know if he has contact information on Phil's site, but he may. He's the one with the repair videos, and he knows as much as anyone you will meet.

    If you do get a hold of Gary, please tell him that Bob and I are still waiting for the 195 bucks he owes us. If you shake hands with him, better count your fingers afterwards.

    #5 10 months ago

    Also please tell him he still owes Hugh for the original rare foot plate he "Wanted to borrow to copy" then sold it on a game and denied ever having.

    #6 10 months ago

    ****** Looks in great shape **********
    I have a 'NightClub' the sister Bingo of your 'BroadWay'.
    ** Lucky You *****

    #7 10 months ago

    What a beauty; I have to stop looking at wood rail games
    You know what happens!!!!

    #8 9 months ago

    Will these take LED bulbs?? Not looking to add resistors just drop in new ones

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    #9 9 months ago

    Yes, but you'll want the non-ghosting kind. Any 6V equivalent bayonet bulb will work. I'm not very fond of the way they look, but to each their own.

    #10 9 months ago
    Quoted from DennisDodel:

    If you do get a hold of Gary, please tell him that Bob and I are still waiting for the 195 bucks he owes us. If you shake hands with him, better count your fingers afterwards.

    Quoted from Pinball_Muggle:

    Also please tell him he still owes Hugh for the original rare foot plate he "Wanted to borrow to copy" then sold it on a game and denied ever having.

    Jeez, he sounds like a great guy.

    #11 9 months ago
    Quoted from bingopodcast:

    Yes, but you'll want the non-ghosting kind. Any 6V equivalent bayonet bulb will work. I'm not very fond of the way they look, but to each their own.

    You can just go ahead & say it--- LED's look like ass in any EM.
    Bingo or pinball

    #12 9 months ago

    Well, I don't like them in any flipper games, either.

    I used to say 'except those designed for them', but I've played some very modern games recently that were just too hard to play because of the lighting.

    If I can't see the ball, I have a hard time. Putting them in the lamp shields - at least they are blocked from your straight on FOV. Mostly.

    But I agree with you.

    #13 9 months ago

    Dennis who we talking about need to tell my dad to stay away he is always lending stuff out

    #14 9 months ago
    Quoted from BingoButch:

    Dennis who we talking about need to tell my dad to stay away he is always lending stuff out

    Just read this entire thread.

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