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Wonka Club - Golden Tickets Inside

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#11751 46 days ago

Join the club yesterday my first jjp loving the game so far I must say it the build quality is great

#11752 46 days ago
Quoted from Geddy2112:

Join the club yesterday my first jjp loving the game so far I must say it the build quality is great

Nice! I just got Freight confirmation my NIB will not arrive until 7/13!!! I've already bought all the Mods that I need except the 3D interactive Wonkavator. I want to see the value added with that once I get my machine.

So, Question to all:

1) Playfields hold up well? Do we need to buy the Mylar to put under posts? Kinda like the ones PinMonk offers (https://pinmonk.com/products/mylar-rings-small-x-10)

2) What other items do you recommend to buy to protect this awesome JJP game?

Has anyone purchased lermods Full Translight kit? Looks simple, but effective to show the translight. I cannot tell the difference from Warm White to Cool White. I'm guessing if you want a pop use Cool white?
(https://lermods.com/shop/ols/products/willy-wonka-and-the-chocolate-factory-pinball-full-translight/v/WWCF-FULL-TRNSLGHT-FLL-TRN)

#11753 46 days ago
Quoted from zaphX:

Because it looks cool to smack the captive ball with yours and see all the kinetic energy drain out.

I especially like the magnet that tugs the ball just a little bit at that moment. It really messes with your sense of what the ball's motion should be.

(I just realized there may be no magnet there and that it's all in my head. If so, don't ruin the illusion for me )

#11754 46 days ago
Quoted from zermeno68:

Nice! I just got Freight confirmation my NIB will not arrive until 7/13!!! I've already bought all the Mods that I need except the 3D interactive Wonkavator. I want to see the value added with that once I get my machine.
So, Question to all:
1) Playfields hold up well? Do we need to buy the Mylar to put under posts? Kinda like the ones PinMonk offers (https://pinmonk.com/products/mylar-rings-small-x-10)
2) What other items do you recommend to buy to protect this awesome JJP game?
Has anyone purchased lermods Full Translight kit? Looks simple, but effective to show the translight. I cannot tell the difference from Warm White to Cool White. I'm guessing if you want a pop use Cool white?
(https://lermods.com/shop/ols/products/willy-wonka-and-the-chocolate-factory-pinball-full-translight/v/WWCF-FULL-TRNSLGHT-FLL-TRN)

The 3D interactive wonkavator is awesome. I really like mine as it immediately draws your attention directly to it when it's on. I also recommend the full translight kit (cool white). I have them on all my JJPs. I like being able to see all the finer details and colors. Both are good mods IMHO.

Welcome to the club!

#11755 46 days ago
Quoted from zermeno68:

Nice! I just got Freight confirmation my NIB will not arrive until 7/13!!! I've already bought all the Mods that I need except the 3D interactive Wonkavator. I want to see the value added with that once I get my machine.
So, Question to all:
1) Playfields hold up well? Do we need to buy the Mylar to put under posts? Kinda like the ones PinMonk offers (https://pinmonk.com/products/mylar-rings-small-x-10)
2) What other items do you recommend to buy to protect this awesome JJP game?
Has anyone purchased lermods Full Translight kit? Looks simple, but effective to show the translight. I cannot tell the difference from Warm White to Cool White. I'm guessing if you want a pop use Cool white?
(https://lermods.com/shop/ols/products/willy-wonka-and-the-chocolate-factory-pinball-full-translight/v/WWCF-FULL-TRNSLGHT-FLL-TRN)

i just installed the Lermods Translight and undercabinet lighting. I like it a lot, it makes the colors in the Translight pop a lot more. The only issue I had was the instructions they gave said to go clockwise but their picture in the instructions was the other way so I did it exactly like the picture which is I think the right way based on the wire lengths in between gaps. If you can’t tell in my pics, I started left to right under the original strip, looped back under it, and then went counter clockwise around the monitor. Super easy install otherwise. Also this is cool white.

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#11756 46 days ago
Quoted from phill2cb:

i just installed the Lermods Translight and undercabinet lighting. I like it a lot, it makes the colors in the Translight pop a lot more. The only issue I had was the instructions they gave said to go clockwise but their picture in the instructions was the other way so I did it exactly like the picture which is I think the right way based on the wire lengths in between gaps. If you can’t tell in my pics, I started left to right under the original strip, looped back under it, and then went counter clockwise around the monitor. Super easy install otherwise. Also this is cool white.
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Thx. When we say clockwise, we mean when you first start laying down the strip at the top, then bend around and start on the left side of the monitor. I’ll take a look at the instructions to make sure it’s clearer and I didn’t make any mistakes.

Wonkavators are out of stock for now, hope to have a few more in the next few weeks. If anyone wants one, just send me a PM and I’ll put you on the list. We usually do them in batches of 5.

#11757 46 days ago
Quoted from Lermods:

Thx. When we say clockwise, we mean when you first start laying down the strip at the top, then bend around and start on the left side of the monitor. I’ll take a look at the instructions to make sure it’s clearer and I didn’t make any mistakes.
Wonkavators are out of stock for now, hope to have a few more in the next few weeks. If anyone wants one, just send me a PM and I’ll put you on the list. We usually do them in batches of 5.

PM Sent.

#11758 46 days ago

Help me understand the Wonkavator multiball. I read that it carries over to the next game, but mine starts from 0 when I start a game. The ball gets released at the start of the game.

Did I read it wrong or is it a setting ?

#11759 46 days ago
Quoted from adol75:

Help me understand the Wonkavator multiball. I read that it carries over to the next game, but mine starts from 0 when I start a game. The ball gets released at the start of the game.
Did I read it wrong or is it a setting ?

Probably a setting. For me the Wonkavator is emptied on startup, but not on each new game.

#11760 46 days ago
Quoted from zaphX:

Probably a setting. For me the Wonkavator is emptied on startup, but not on each new game.

Yeah.. I thought the same as that was part of the feature explanation for people to “steal” your WonkaVator multiball.

I have yet to have Wonka at home… so, this is from watching videos. Soon…

#11761 45 days ago

The wonkavator keeps the balls as long as the pin is on. Even after a game over. Only a switch off and on of the pin the vator is emptied.

Quoted from zermeno68:

Yeah.. I thought the same as that was part of the feature explanation for people to “steal” your WonkaVator multiball.
I have yet to have Wonka at home… so, this is from watching videos. Soon…

#11762 45 days ago
Quoted from Lermods:

Thx. When we say clockwise, we mean when you first start laying down the strip at the top, then bend around and start on the left side of the monitor. I’ll take a look at the instructions to make sure it’s clearer and I didn’t make any mistakes.
Wonkavators are out of stock for now, hope to have a few more in the next few weeks. If anyone wants one, just send me a PM and I’ll put you on the list. We usually do them in batches of 5.

The instructions I have say to go left to right just below the stock strip, then down the right side of the monitor, around the bottom, then back up the left side.

#11763 45 days ago
Quoted from JvdS:

The wonkavator keeps the balls as long as the pin is on. Even after a game over. Only a switch off and on of the pin the vator is emptied.

Oh that makes sense then but bummer. I turn my game off when I'm done, I guess I have to keep it on if I want to get that golden ticket, lighting super lock 3 times is beyond my poor skills reach.

#11764 45 days ago
Quoted from marioparty34:

The 3D interactive wonkavator is awesome. I really like mine as it immediately draws your attention directly to it when it's on. I also recommend the full translight kit (cool white). I have them on all my JJPs. I like being able to see all the finer details and colors. Both are good mods IMHO.
Welcome to the club!

I bought the non-interactive version (it has lighting but that is it) ... looks nice but I regret not spending the extra for the nicer interactive one.

Lots of good lighting options, yes the translight looks awesome, plus I have the trough and rear playfield lights and love those.

My favorite lighting mod is the spotlights that light up the artwork on the middle of the playfield ... makes a massive difference, especially in a darker room: https://pinside.com/pinball/market/shops/1016-lermods/03012-willy-wonka-amp-the-chocolate-factory-pinball-spotlight-covers

#11765 45 days ago
Quoted from Gotfrogs:

Has anyone else had a problem with the Wonka Factory LEDs not working correctly? The K in our machine often displays the wrong color. I have submitted a ticket with JJP. Hopefully they can get it corrected for me.

We got the new replacement Wonka Factory LED board today. Installed it and everything works as expected! If you end up needing to replace yours, the smoke stack does not need to come off. The base plastic comes off and then you can disconnect the data cable, remove two screws holding the PCBA in place and then swap out the PCBA. This is was the one I removed looks like.

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#11766 45 days ago
Quoted from phill2cb:

i just installed the Lermods Translight and undercabinet lighting. I like it a lot, it makes the colors in the Translight pop a lot more. The only issue I had was the instructions they gave said to go clockwise but their picture in the instructions was the other way so I did it exactly like the picture which is I think the right way based on the wire lengths in between gaps. If you can’t tell in my pics, I started left to right under the original strip, looped back under it, and then went counter clockwise around the monitor. Super easy install otherwise. Also this is cool white.
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Is it me, or does all that extra lighting negate the anti-glare glass quite a bit? I understand the playfield lighting appears off, but that first pic is...uh, not my cup of tea.

#11767 45 days ago

Have most of you guys put Cliffy protectors for the scoops???

I do not have my machine yet, but are cliffy’s a must have for this game?

Thinking through the common stuffy to have/put on day 1 arrival.

#11768 45 days ago
Quoted from arcyallen:

Is it me, or does all that extra lighting negate the anti-glare glass quite a bit? I understand the playfield lighting appears off, but that first pic is...uh, not my cup of tea.

The first picture I took probably wasn’t the best, I can tell my phone didn’t focus on the translight making it look washed and heavily reflected. In person I don’t notice any reflection off the glass at all.

#11769 45 days ago
Quoted from zermeno68:

Have most of you guys put Cliffy protectors for the scoops???
I do not have my machine yet, but are cliffy’s a must have for this game?
Thinking through the common stuffy to have/put on day 1 arrival.

No need. Only thing that needs Cliffys is the 2 inlane drops. Install them open end up or you'll get stuck balls.

#11770 45 days ago
Quoted from Gotfrogs:

We got the new replacement Wonka Factory LED board today. Installed it and everything works as expected! If you end up needing to replace yours, the smoke stack does not need to come off. The base plastic comes off and then you can disconnect the data cable, remove two screws holding the PCBA in place and then swap out the PCBA. This is was the one I removed looks like.[quoted image][quoted image]

Awesome, thank you for the step-by-step. I will be replacing my LED board when it arrives from JJP in a week or so.

#11771 45 days ago

I owned a GNR LE before this game, and had terrible pooling issues on nearly every post. After picking up a used early-run Wonka LE, I installed Mylar and clear PETG washers under every post. The larger sling posts did have some pooling, but was easily corrected with the vinyl repair kit iron method. Since then I’ve logged 500+ plays with no issues. However, without those washers I believe the pooling would return.

Quoted from zermeno68:

Nice! I just got Freight confirmation my NIB will not arrive until 7/13!!! I've already bought all the Mods that I need except the 3D interactive Wonkavator. I want to see the value added with that once I get my machine.
So, Question to all:
1) Playfields hold up well? Do we need to buy the Mylar to put under posts? Kinda like the ones PinMonk offers (https://pinmonk.com/products/mylar-rings-small-x-10)
2) What other items do you recommend to buy to protect this awesome JJP game?
Has anyone purchased lermods Full Translight kit? Looks simple, but effective to show the translight. I cannot tell the difference from Warm White to Cool White. I'm guessing if you want a pop use Cool white?
(https://lermods.com/shop/ols/products/willy-wonka-and-the-chocolate-factory-pinball-full-translight/v/WWCF-FULL-TRNSLGHT-FLL-TRN)

#11772 45 days ago

I have a problem with the right bumper, the white plastic tab keeps going sideways and goes off the scoop of the switch.

I keep putting it back in place but I have to lift the playfield everytime, it's been once a day so far, probably holds in place for 10 plays.
Is there something to look into that causes this ?

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#11773 45 days ago
Quoted from adol75:

Is there something to look into that causes this ?

If the pop bumper skirt moves freely, no binding. Then loosen the screws holding the leaf blade switch assembly and go after how the plastic spoon is lined up. At rest that white rod coming down from the pop bumper skirt should be centered in the middle of the plastic spoon it rests on. And just resting, not pushing it. Get it centered and tighten the screws.

LTG : )
Disclaimer : Call jjp on Tuesday and tell them you miss me. Especially on odd hours, weekend, and holidays.

#11774 45 days ago
Quoted from LTG:

If the pop bumper skirt moves freely, no binding. Then loosen the screws holding the leaf blade switch assembly and go after how the plastic spoon is lined up. At rest that white rod coming down from the pop bumper skirt should be centered in the middle of the plastic spoon it rests on. And just resting, not pushing it. Get it centered and tighten the screws.
LTG : )
Disclaimer : Call jjp on Tuesday and tell them you miss me. Especially on odd hours, weekend, and holidays.

Could the bumper base be missing the spring inside?

#11775 45 days ago
Quoted from Pinballomatic:

Could the bumper base be missing the spring inside?

Doubt it. In the picture the spoon isn't lined up anywhere near good, even though the plastic rod is leaning.

Easy to check, when I asked if it's binding. Push the skirt down on any side and see if it springs back up. If it doesn't then get a spring in there.

LTG : )

#11776 45 days ago
Quoted from adol75:

Oh that makes sense then but bummer. I turn my game off when I'm done, I guess I have to keep it on if I want to get that golden ticket, lighting super lock 3 times is beyond my poor skills reach.

One you get used to the game, you'll find that getting 3 super locks in one game isn't that hard.

#11777 44 days ago
Quoted from LTG:

If the pop bumper skirt moves freely, no binding. Then loosen the screws holding the leaf blade switch assembly and go after how the plastic spoon is lined up. At rest that white rod coming down from the pop bumper skirt should be centered in the middle of the plastic spoon it rests on. And just resting, not pushing it. Get it centered and tighten the screws.
LTG : )
Disclaimer : Call jjp on Tuesday and tell them you miss me. Especially on odd hours, weekend, and holidays.

So skirt is centered in the scoop but when I hit the white ring it makes a click sound, the other 2 don't make that sound

#11778 44 days ago
Quoted from adol75:

when I hit the white ring it makes a click sound, the other 2 don't make that sound

Then you'll need to take it apart and figure out the problem. Maybe plastic flashing or something from manufacturing. Could be the pop bumper skirt or something inside the pop bumper body.

I'd work the pop bumper skirt up and down and left and right a lot, see if you can clear it. Without disassembly. Which is a big job.

LTG : )

#11779 44 days ago
Quoted from LTG:

Then you'll need to take it apart and figure out the problem. Maybe plastic flashing or something from manufacturing. Could be the pop bumper skirt or something inside the pop bumper body.
I'd work the pop bumper skirt up and down and left and right a lot, see if you can clear it. Without disassembly. Which is a big job.
LTG : )

I think I got it, I unscrewed the leaf assembly and moved it a bit sideways to align better, then screwed it again. The click is gone.

Lloyd thank you so much, I swear I'll join the club of let's harass JJP until they get you back in, no way I would have figured that out without you.

#11780 44 days ago
Quoted from adol75:

I think I got it, I unscrewed the leaf assembly and moved it a bit sideways to align better, then screwed it again. The click is gone.

Glad you sorted it out. And didn't need to tear the pop bumper apart.

Good job !
LTG : )

#11781 44 days ago

Who else is waiting on a tilt topper? I feel like I'm in the movie The Money Pit. They're always "two weeks" away.

#11782 44 days ago
Quoted from zaphX:

No need. Only thing that needs Cliffys is the 2 inlane drops. Install them open end up or you'll get stuck balls.

Check your TV scoop, my CE is starting to show some wear after around 1500 plays. I have the cliffy for it but it’s a pita to get in and I have not installed it yet.

#11783 44 days ago
Quoted from Gumby510:

Check your TV scoop, my CE is starting to show some wear after around 1500 plays. I have the cliffy for it but it’s a pita to get in and I have not installed it yet.

Weird, mine is fine.

#11784 44 days ago
Quoted from seenev:

Who else is waiting on a tilt topper? I feel like I'm in the movie The Money Pit. They're always "two weeks" away.

I waited several months for mine. Well worth it, but they should do a better job of setting delivery expectations. If you have Yahoo email, you might check your spam folder ... they did send a couple of updates to me that landed in the spam folder. But I would set your expectations to be 3 to 4 months, not weeks.

#11785 43 days ago

To prepare for Wonka’s arrival… I took the step to blow up the rule sheet and laminate it.

Wish more companies do this so I can repeat this for each game.

22 x 28… it can go much larger as the dpi is high

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#11786 43 days ago
Quoted from zermeno68:

To prepare for Wonka’s arrival… I took the step to blow up the rule sheet and laminate it.
Wish more companies do this so I can repeat this for each game.
22 x 28… it can go much larger as the dpi is high
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Man thats a great idea, Im going to do the same.

Is this sheet on their website?

#11787 43 days ago

Make sure to watch zaphX tutorial on Youtube in preparation

Quoted from zermeno68:

To prepare for Wonka’s arrival… I took the step to blow up the rule sheet and laminate it.
Wish more companies do this so I can repeat this for each game.
22 x 28… it can go much larger as the dpi is high
[quoted image]

#11788 43 days ago
Quoted from Oneangrymo:

Man thats a great idea, Im going to do the same.
Is this sheet on their website?

Yes it is. They have the game rules in a single pdf. Perfect to put on a thumb drive or send it to your local printer company.

FYI, it was not cheap. Blow up poster size was $21 and lamination was $13. Hopefully your area is priced better.

However, I really need this to keep as a reference.

#11789 43 days ago
Quoted from djsolzs:

Make sure to watch zaphX tutorial on Youtube in preparation

Thanks!! I’m up to watch some videos for dive into rule set.

I’ll check it out.

#11790 43 days ago
Quoted from seenev:

Who else is waiting on a tilt topper? I feel like I'm in the movie The Money Pit. They're always "two weeks" away.

I am I ordered in December. He said hopefully this week.

#11791 43 days ago
Quoted from zermeno68:

Thanks!! I’m up to watch some videos for dive into rule set.
I’ll check it out.

Some rules have been relaxed since that video - for example, it retains collected kids between balls now where it used to screw you over.
Also kid MB kid jackpots can be collected while the super is active now, stuff like that.

However the overall shots and rules are still the same.

#11792 42 days ago
Quoted from zaphX:

Some rules have been relaxed since that video - for example, it retains collected kids between balls now where it used to screw you over.
Also kid MB kid jackpots can be collected while the super is active now, stuff like that.
However the overall shots and rules are still the same.

I just got a WW (again )... just bought my 2nd WW. Missed it toooooo much. Really liked your JJP Wonka Kid Multiball Deep Dive, and really looking forward to playing the v2 code.
Looking forward to your breakdown video on TS4 also.

#11793 42 days ago
Quoted from kempsuk:

I just got a WW (again )... just bought my 2nd WW. Missed it toooooo much. Really liked your JJP Wonka Kid Multiball Deep Dive, and really looking forward to playing the v2 code.
Looking forward to your breakdown video on TS4 also.

Glad it helped! I too look forward to a TS4 deep dive...once they ship me one.

#11794 42 days ago
Quoted from zaphX:

Glad it helped! I too look forward to a TS4 deep dive...once they ship me one.

I’m going to join the club soon. The more I watch videos the more confused I get. I’ll
Need to play the game, Look at poster pdf of rules and watch tutorials

#11795 42 days ago
Quoted from billsfanmd:

I’m going to join the club soon. The more I watch videos the more confused I get. I’ll
Need to play the game, Look at poster pdf of rules and watch tutorials

Yep I tried figuring it out with the tutorials but it actually is way easier when you play the game.

I think the most important for this game is to know what's showing on the main screen during the game, they did a great job at putting all the goals on it and what you need to do to complete them.

#11796 42 days ago
Quoted from billsfanmd:

I’m going to join the club soon. The more I watch videos the more confused I get. I’ll
Need to play the game, Look at poster pdf of rules and watch tutorials

I can break it down simply.

Kid Multiball Ticket:

1. Qualify kids: (Agustus: spinners, MikeTV: blue shots under TV, Violet: GUM targets, Charlie: Start Fizzy Lifting, Veruca: Start Good/Bad Egg
2. Collect kids: Captive ball (note flashing color moves from captive to kid shot)
3. Start Kid MB: kid shot
4. Collect 7 Kid MB jackpots: Agustus: Loops, MikeTV: blue shot under TV, Violet: GUM targets, Charlie: right ramp, Veruca: left ramp. Double: Camera ramp. Super: Kid shot.

Gobstopper Ticket:

1. Hit gobstopper until it opens, lock ball. Repeat 3x.
2. In Gobstopper MB, shoot ramps until hole opens, sink ball in hole. Repeat to 5 to get ticket.

Factory Ticket:

1. Qualify modes. Blue: Factory (WONKA), Pink: Loops (SuperX), Orange: Captive ball.
2. Start modes at saucer. Repeat to start all 12 for ticket.

Wonkavator Ticket:

1. SuperLock to lock 3 balls.
2. Level 1: Shoot blue/yellow shots until gobstopper machine flashing, hit and sink all active balls but one.
2. Level 2: Same as level 1 but you can only hit each blue/yellow shot once. Finish for ticket.

#11797 42 days ago
Quoted from zaphX:

I can break it down simply.
Kid Multiball Ticket:
1. Qualify kids: (Agustus: spinners, MikeTV: blue shots under TV, Violet: GUM targets, Charlie: Start Fizzy Lifting, Veruca: Start Good/Bad Egg
2. Collect kids: Captive ball (note flashing color moves from captive to kid shot)
3. Start Kid MB: kid shot
4. Collect 7 Kid MB jackpots: Agustus: Loops, MikeTV: blue shot under TV, Violet: GUM targets, Charlie: right ramp, Veruca: left ramp. Double: Camera ramp. Super: Kid shot.
Gobstopper Ticket:
1. Hit gobstopper until it opens, lock ball. Repeat 3x.
2. In Gobstopper MB, shoot ramps until hole opens, sink ball in hole. Repeat to 5 to get ticket.
Factory Ticket:
1. Qualify modes. Blue: Factory (WONKA), Pink: Loops (SuperX), Orange: Captive ball.
2. Start modes at saucer. Repeat to start all 12 for ticket.
Wonkavator Ticket:
1. SuperLock to lock 3 balls.
2. Level 1: Shoot blue/yellow shots until gobstopper machine flashing, hit and sink all active balls but one.
2. Level 2: Same as level 1 but you can only hit each blue/yellow shot once. Finish for ticket.

Is there an order you like to follow?

#11798 42 days ago
Quoted from billsfanmd:

Is there an order you like to follow?

Doesn't matter much, but combining Slugworth MB, Gobstopper MB and Kid MB is the general idea.

Just make sure any time you start Kid MB, you need to make sure and get that kid's jackpot shots.

#11799 42 days ago
Quoted from zaphX:

Doesn't matter much, but combining Slugworth MB, Gobstopper MB and Kid MB is the general idea.
Just make sure any time you start Kid MB, you need to make sure and get that kid's jackpot shots.

Thx. Started watching your tutorial. Starting to make sense....what is the yellow wonka cd you mentioned?

#11800 42 days ago
Quoted from billsfanmd:

yellow wonka cd you mentioned

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