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RFM: "Hillary, come here! You gotta see this!"


By kjm8888

5 years ago



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Post #2093 Wells Gardner K700 troubleshooting flow chart Posted by snakesnsparklers (1 year ago)

Post #2187 Links to updating the game code using windows 7 Posted by ForceFlow (1 year ago)

Post #2295 Adding the missing slingshot spotlights Posted by Lhyrgoif (11 months ago)

Post #2312 Version 2.0 custom code announcement Posted by applejuice (11 months ago)


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#1677 2 years ago

Looks like the problem is from the monitor not PC motherboard.Like don't have sync.

2 weeks later
#1700 2 years ago

I use 19" with TN,no problems,but the best fit is 20" LCD standart 4:3,not widescreen.
I have now offer for DELL with IPS 20" for just 30 US$,but already put 19".

#1705 2 years ago

Yes,thia is the monitor that have offer for it.Very nice model and don't forget IPS.

#1707 2 years ago

Hm in my country it's everywhere at price between 30$-40$ with 6 months warranty.
Better get one for spare.

#1709 2 years ago

There is no more NOS 20" square format 4:3.
All of the modern monitors are widescreen.
Search for 19" or 20" second hand 4:3.

#1711 2 years ago

Isn't it 5:4 widescreen?

2 months later
#1800 1 year ago

Coin door board bad?

#1812 1 year ago

There is always individual method for mounting LCD.It's not hard work,but you must know that may need to do some cut at the corners of the wood to fit it,because usually LCD monitors even 19"(square 4:3) are little bit more big than original CRT.

#1814 1 year ago

I use 19" square LCD and I'm happy with the result,but I think 21" LCD square will fit perfect.
Mine have little mismatch at the ramps animation,but you must look at very close,with 21"will be perfect.

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#1847 1 year ago

It's different for each PC configuration.There is no solution like-take this and this and this.It depend from BIOS,chipset,drivers and etc.
If you find HP DC7800 you will have perfect working machine.

#1849 1 year ago

Every CPU will work.
I'm with E8400.

#1860 1 year ago

Yes,this is your machine.I even have three of these just for spare.
No need of these slots.Integrated VGA will work fine.

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#1925 1 year ago

It's like all games-when yo play it a lot you will tire it's normal.
I didn't play mine for about 3-4 months and decided to sell it these days.But when I switched it on and play,you know I think to not sell it for now.
It's not short game.It take normal time to go to wizard mode.I can say even it's not so easy.
But I like space themes and may be this tell me to hold it.Solid game from Williams.
If you have problem with PC or monitor you can always pinbox it with LCD monitor and you are in the game again.I like it's compact size.

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#1968 1 year ago

It begin with 2.
When you catch each ramp add one more ball on each ramp.
If you have 3 in play and one ramp still active and when one ball drain and you left with two in play,after you catch the last active ramp it throw you 2 additional in play,total 4.I liked this mode a lot.

2 weeks later
#1980 1 year ago

It's enough strong.Just makr sure everything to be good secured because the glass.

1 month later
#2002 1 year ago

And P2000 has it's #2000 post thanks to ForceFlow.

#2006 1 year ago

But it's Pinball2000 after all.

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#2036 1 year ago

I had problem with stucked ramp at up position.Just put a regular spring from slingshot at the plunger of the skip ramp mechanism.Played a lot without problems.

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#2084 1 year ago

Pinbox is not so scary.
Keep you playfiled glass.This is more scary and expensive than a PC for Pinbox and a LCD.
Both are no more than 100$.

9 months later
#2580 7 months ago

Not universal,like every machine they are different.You must drill.But first take a look if the lock is not part with metal bracket which have two screws.This is for the head.If there are screws just unscrew them and the plate with the lock will be free.Be careful with the playfield glass.

#2582 7 months ago

Or the socket for the battery.Check if you have 3v at the pins of the socket.

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#2610 7 months ago

If anyone need from the CPU fan type like "mattosborn" show I have them,used,100% working.
Have them from copper or aluminium.
Just PM me for the price.

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