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Who Dunnit buying advice


By t2

5 years ago



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#6 5 years ago

Besides what's already been mentioned (the slot machine being the key priority: cracked reels and making sure the DMD matches up with the slot reels; an uncracked center ramp is also a priority: near impossible to find); also check to make sure the sewer weldment is unbroken (as they're also near-impossible to find so you'd have to go through welding what you have). Also: check for flipper button wear & cabinet fade on the reds & yellows.

#8 5 years ago
Quoted from jalpert:

This is a super easy fix. The three reels are numbered 1-3, but they install in the game something like 2,3,1 (I don't remember exactly, but it's not sequential).

I think that might be 3-1-2.

Whichever's right, I recall a post where someone tried various combinations but that only thing that ultimately worked for them was changing out some or all of the LM339s on the motor PCBs.

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