Vid's Guide to Ultimate Playfield Restoration

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Vid's Guide to Ultimate Playfield Restoration


By vid1900

5 years ago



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142 key posts have been marked in this topic, showing the first 20

Post #7 Playfield damage assessment. Posted by vid1900 (5 years ago)

Post #8 Insert damage assessment. Posted by vid1900 (5 years ago)

Post #34 How to sand your new inserts flat. Posted by vid1900 (5 years ago)

Post #35 Cleaning old glue out of the insert holes. Posted by vid1900 (5 years ago)

Post #38 Prime the insert with 3M Plastic Primer before gluing. Posted by vid1900 (5 years ago)

Post #60 Repairing Insert Ghosting - fill, clean, remove bubbles, cover. Posted by vid1900 (5 years ago)

Post #61 Repairing Insert Ghosting - clamp overnight. Posted by vid1900 (5 years ago)

Post #76 Source for needles - https://www.dispensinglink.com/needles.html Posted by rancegt (5 years ago)

Post #84 Air brush information. Posted by vid1900 (5 years ago)


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#2540 2 years ago

Is there a way to safely remove the stained glass mylar from this 1964 Palooka playfield? (It's adhered)

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#2545 2 years ago
Quoted from vid1900:

It's probably "Contact Paper" for windows, so try heat and take it slow.

Thanks Vid. Will try that.

Where is the best place to get replacement playfield screws? The heads on these are pretty messed up.

#2558 2 years ago
Quoted from vid1900:

It's probably "Contact Paper" for windows, so try heat and take it slow.

By "heat", you mean a heat gun or will a hair dryer work too?
Bruce

#2563 2 years ago
Quoted from vid1900:

Take the pop off so you don't melt anything and try a hair dryer.
Be careful, who knows what kind of glue was on that contact paper back then.....

I'll be very careful. It also gives me an excuse to buy a hair dryer for my wife's long black hair.

Thanks again, Vid.
Bruce

#2568 2 years ago
Quoted from vid1900:

That is the nicest looking green penis I've ever seen.

Vid,

Just out of curiosity. Do you intentionally look for these or do you have some kind of penis radar?

Bruce

#2573 2 years ago
Quoted from vid1900:

Both my Gaydar and my Penisdar are long range units.
I see things, wherever I go.

That answers my question, lol.
Bruce

1 year later
#4486 1 year ago
Quoted from Insane:

point me to the post so I can read it

Vid, how do you find certain posts? Divulging your search methods might make it easier for us to find the post we need.

Bruce

#4489 1 year ago

What is TOC? (I agree with Google search working better for searching topic posts)

Thanks,
Bruce

7 months later
#5496 8 months ago
Quoted from DropTarget:

I see a while ago you posted a link for the HP4670 Windows 10 driver. That link is no good now and HP isn't making the driver available anymore. Do you happen to have the driver file?

What was the link? Currently I have an HP4600 and luckily I have an old netbook with Windows XP on it that I can use but I'm curious about drivers for newer Windows versions.

2 months later
#5694 5 months ago

Best way to remove this without damage? I plan to get a Brad Setter for putting it back when finished.

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#5697 5 months ago

Vid, thank you for the quick answer.

1 month later
#5827 4 months ago
Quoted from vid1900:

Always replace those disgusting old metal sleeves with newer nylon ones. The nylon is much less abrasive to the plungers.

What if the metal sleeves are stuck in the coils or are part of the coils?

Replace the coils or clean and polish the inside of the metal sleeves? (this means I would have to replace a bunch of coils on this game which isn't very practical)

#5829 4 months ago

Makes sense. Thanks, Vid.

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