looking at those photos that is definitely a paint not sticking to the wood issue, The clear is probably the only thing keeping it in place! Must be using a different ink / wood or something has changed that does not allow the two to bind correctly?
Quoted from ultimategameroom:
They have huge balls to offer buyers with issues replacement play fields at $500.
Did you ask if the playfield offered was from a different production run than what’s already in your machine?
I can only imagine what would happen(stroke /mental breakdown) if someone took them up on their lame replacement offer and actually undertook or payed someone to do the swap only to have the same exact problems/issues occur that they already had to begin with!!!
I can't believe they just send out a new pf who is gonna be able to fit that? a pf swap is an insane amount of work. Plus You need all the tools and spare time to do it. Are these pf partly populated? ie have all the t-nuts installed etc...
I can't see many people taking that offer up unless they have previous experience.
I'd like to know what percentage of the pinball nib market pinside actually is. Ie if everyone here *really* did stop buying would it even hurt these companies??? or just be a few percent loss of sales.
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