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Tips when buying an Indiana Jones: The Pinball Adventure

By KingCat78

1 year ago

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    #1 1 year ago

    I'm looking for an Indiana Jones: The Pinball Adventure, and I was hoping someone could give me some tips/advice what to look out for when buying this table.

    By this I mean any specific points on the table to look out for that are known to have damage or high wear and tear for example, or any parts that are known to be missing or likely to have damage etc.

    So any tips on what to look for on this table would be very welcome. Thanks in advance.

    #2 1 year ago

    The cabinet typically can be faded. There are replacement decals but that is a lot of extra cost and work

    #3 1 year ago

    Path of adventure gets wonky. I’d run a quick test. If pin spits out more than one ball it could be a trough board issue. Typical burnt connections at driver board due to long run times on gi circuits are also common. Faded cab art. Black borders on pf insert art crack with age.

    These are all fixable with new parts just how much you wanna spend. Machine is awesome and overall has aged well both in status and wear.

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