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Requesting buyer ettiquette advice (for a first timer)

By A-1Bogart

1 year ago


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    #14 1 year ago
    Quoted from A-1Bogart:

    To start I mainly want something that works decent

    A lot of buyers, especially new ones, don't put enough emphasis on condition and get caught up in finding a "good deal" or haggling over a couple hundred $'s when you can quickly blow $500-$1000 on repairing 90's DMD pins. There's also a night-and-day difference in how an excellent condition 90's era game plays. Pay particular attention to the circuit boards, DMD and other electronics. And if you're not mechanically inclined, stay away from JM unless the hand has been fully rebuilt (but otherwise great game).

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