(Topic ID: 119065)

What to do about cupped inserts on Grand Prix


By textrivers

4 years ago



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“What should I do about cupped inserts on Grand Prix?”

  • Pop them out, heat them, press them flat 2 votes
    20%
  • Fill them with superglue 0 votes
  • Replace them with new ones 1 vote
    10%
  • Don't worry about them, focus on relationships with loved ones and solutions to societal problems 7 votes
    70%

(10 votes)

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#2 4 years ago
Quoted from textrivers:

Any solutions I missed in the poll above

You can buy (or make) removable mylar repair disks.... I have some on order to replace the homemade versions I was using on 1 of my games. Basically concentrically larger circles build up the cupped insert. Good solution for a playfield that isn't worth a huge repair.

http://www.oldpinballs.com/store.html

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