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WTB / Repair: Earthshaker Sinking "kit" MOD

By spida1a

4 years ago

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#1 4 years ago


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WTB / Repair: Earthshaker Sinking "kit" MOD

Added: March 27th, 2016 Ended: April 11th, 2016



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Hi guys,

I picked up an Earthshaker "sinking building" kit a looooong time ago from Basement Arcade (probably a decade ago now). Sadly, it isn't working and I was wondering if anyone had this MOD for sale OR would be willing to take a look at mine and see if they can fix it. BA e-mails bounce back.

All hookups are in the game still. It won't spin fully around (I loosened everything, even the switch stack so it would spin freely and see if it was being hung-up on anything ... ). It makes a clicking sound and stops.
Here is a video of what it does:

If you have any ideas give me a shout! Thanks very much.
Chris Bucci

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#2 4 years ago

Someone contacted me with a full "kit" for sale. Any chance anyone has experience and can repair this one!?
(or wants to buy this one FOR repair? Ha ha)

#3 4 years ago

One more bump for Friday!

#4 4 years ago

Appears as if the motor is messed up. Is it right on the shaft or is there a small gear box?

Look for a model number of the motor on the casing and google it. See if you can find a replacement. Or apply voltage from a power supply to see if it's your game connection or the motor itself.

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