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what is the best power replacement board?


By NickRocco

6 years ago



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  • Latest reply 6 years ago by hootowls
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#1 6 years ago

I just picked yp a Williams Flash and I need to replace the powrr supply board. I have used Rottendog in the past put it looks like there are a few new players in town.
Rottendog
Pinballpcb
Xpin

Does anybody have any experience with these different boards? Can anyone make a recommendation?
Please let me know.

Thanks!

#2 6 years ago
Quoted from NickRocco:

I just picked yp a Williams Flash and I need to replace the powrr supply board. I have used Rottendog in the past put it looks like there are a few new players in town.
Rottendog
Pinballpcb
Xpin
Does anybody have any experience with these different boards? Can anyone make a recommendation?
Please let me know.
Thanks!

I've had a Pinscore in my Taxi for a long time and it works great.
http://www.pinballcenter.eu/catalog/pinscore-power-supply-for-williams-system-11a-11b-p-3150.html?language=english

You'd need this model for Flash:
http://www.pinballcenter.eu/catalog/pinscore-power-supply-for-williams-system-p-3149.html?language=english

#3 6 years ago

Just bought a pinballpcb PS board for my Pinbot. Very happy...high quality board. Shipping was quick and Jeff responds to questions if any pop up during install.

#4 6 years ago

I'll second the boards that pinballpcb sells. they're top notch quality and slightly thicker than the original bally/williams ones to help prevent any warping issues from heat.

#5 6 years ago

I've used both rottendog and pinscore boards...both are great.

#6 6 years ago

I only recommend xpin or pinballpcb, of all the brands out there right now.

#7 6 years ago

I don't have lots of experience, but a pinballpcb (for system 11) felt really sturdy. I also once purchased a rottendog (for WPC). It did feel a bit lighter, but it worked. I think they are probably all fine products.

I'm rather amazed there are so many awesome options.

#8 6 years ago

I used a Pinscore Jolt in my WW that's worked out great. No high voltage section as my machine has an LCD display.

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