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Score Cards for Williams Post Time

By doughboy55

2 years ago


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#1 2 years ago

Looking for a source to get score cards for my Williams 1969 Post Time.
The cards are:
Add--ball 368-1Eb & 368-1R
Extended play 368-Ep & 368-1RP
Novelty play 368-1NP

If anyone can give me some suggestions, would be gratful.
Thanks in advanced.

#2 2 years ago

I would love to help, but I only got Italian and Dutch card for Post Time.
If someone would post English cards here, I can create a reproduction file for you.

Peter
http://www.inkochnito.nl

#3 2 years ago

Thanks! I will keep looking and hope someone will have English ones to post.
Gayle

#4 2 years ago

Own that game. Switched it to the “extended play” for the first time. Previous owner had it since the early 70’s and never used that mode. It’s a fun game!o

#5 2 years ago
Quoted from Electrocute:

Own that game. Switched it to the “extended play” for the first time. Previous owner had it since the early 70’s and never used that mode. It’s a fun game!o
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Thanks for including my message about this.
I've looked on my website but couldn't find the file.
I must have forgotten to upload this one.
The file was made on march 2nd, so it isn't that old.
I still could use some good readable images though.

Peter

Williams_Post_Time_instruction_cards.pdf
#6 2 years ago
Quoted from doughboy55:

Looking for a source to get score cards for my Williams 1969 Post Time.
The cards are:
Add--ball 368-1Eb & 368-1R
Extended play 368-Ep & 368-1RP
Novelty play 368-1NP
If anyone can give me some suggestions, would be gratful.
Thanks in advanced.

Where did you find the card numbers information?

Peter

#7 2 years ago

Just for your information: Post Time can only be played on 5 balls per game.
To get it on 3 balls per game you have to change some hardware configuration on the score motor....

In other words: there is no plug on the game for 3 or 5 balls per game...

#8 2 years ago

Guess it wasn’t

#9 2 years ago
Quoted from Electrocute:

Rando sent me this picture
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That is the image from the ipdb (and is in my archive)....

#10 2 years ago
Quoted from wizardblom:

Just for your information: Post Time can only be played on 5 balls per game.
To get it on 3 balls per game you have to change some hardware configuration on the score motor....
In other words: there is no plug on the game for 3 or 5 balls per game...

I will adjust the card(s) accordingly...

#11 2 years ago

Post time is add a ball, in add a ball mode it is three balls to start with, then there is 5 ball mode, and of course extended play. The card numbers I got out of the instruction manual.
Gayle

#12 2 years ago

The first is only card I have, the second is aa page from the manual that tells the modes.
Gayle

post time 2.pdfpost time.pdf
#13 2 years ago
Quoted from Electrocute:

Own that game. Switched it to the “extended play” for the first time. Previous owner had it since the early 70’s and never used that mode. It’s a fun game!o

I like the game too. Been restoring this one, Have not got the 5 ball to play yet. Rest works great
Gayle

#14 2 years ago

5 ball play is adjusted on the motor, if I'm not mistaken I have a schematic for the adjustment to 3 ball play or 5 ball play.
This means on the start of a game that it will step up to 5 balls or to 3 balls...
The Post Time has been on location for over 15 years in our area, after 1975 the dealer adjusted all games to 3 balls per game (Loontjens automaten, Middelburg, Netherlands) , this one also.
The Dutch card you have was made by the same dealer.

#15 2 years ago
Quoted from wizardblom:

5 ball play is adjusted on the motor, if I'm not mistaken I have a schematic for the adjustment to 3 ball play or 5 ball play.
This means on the start of a game that it will step up to 5 balls or to 3 balls...
The Post Time has been on location for over 15 years in our area, after 1975 the dealer adjusted all games to 3 balls per game (Loontjens automaten, Middelburg, Netherlands) , this one also.
The Dutch card you have was made by the same dealer.

Cool very nice to know. Beentrying to get the 5 ball to play, but have no success. Been looking at the motor, but have not been able to find a adjustment there. Have just gotten the schematic so will do some tracing to find where.
Gayle

#16 2 years ago

I did a little trick to get in to 5 ball, keep de replay button pressed, with most of them the balls to play steps up to 5...

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