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By E_N_3

5 years ago



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#458 3 years ago

Does anyone know the correct adjustment of the diverter on the back ramp? The one that diverts the ball down to the banzai or let the ball do a full outer lap...

Should it be possible for the ball to do the outer lap when the diverter is out and should direct the ball down to banzai (a hardish flip up on the left ramp)?

Cheers
/mima

#479 3 years ago
Quoted from mima:

Does anyone know the correct adjustment of the diverter on the back ramp? The one that diverts the ball down to the banzai or let the ball do a full outer lap...
Should it be possible for the ball to do the outer lap when the diverter is out and should direct the ball down to banzai (a hardish flip up on the left ramp)?
Cheers
/mima

bump..

1 month later
#526 3 years ago

Here's a short video of how I set up my games.

https://m.youtube.com/watch?feature=youtu.be&v=CO4cpRFArjk

What's not clear in the video is that you need to place the level in a way so that it's perpendicular alligned to the playfield.

And you need to do it directly on the playfield, not on the glass. The inclination of the glass and the playfield is usually a lot different.

Cheers
/mima

#527 3 years ago
Quoted from goatdan:

I should walk out and check mine, but I'm lazy.
Most DE titles from the era have a level under the info cards on the playfield apron, if I recall correctly.

Yes, there should be a bubble beneath the left hand side rules sheet.
/mima

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#568 3 years ago

Lastly, mima recommended basically a slight reposition of the diverter arm cutout to the left and down a little.

Actually my suggestion is to widen the hole slightly towards the left edge and downwards, as one could argue DEs precision job...

I'll also try to get a photo of the right exit area during tomorrow.

Cheers
/mima

4 weeks later
#625 3 years ago

Why not extend the protectors "forward" and bend them around the ramp sides so that they kind of form a U around the edges of the ramp?

10 months later
#940 2 years ago
Quoted from Buzz:

I wish I could find some of the orange plastics. One piece at a time making one of my favorites shine.

What orange plastics?

2 months later
#963 2 years ago
Quoted from Pondwater:

Bump...Still in need of this plastic. Let me know if you have one for sale.

Is it the clear one covering the potential trap?

6 months later
#1074 1 year ago
Quoted from aerobert:

My game have some issue with the flippers. Sometimes when the ball drops on one it "ghost flips" and sends the ball away when I have the flipper up. And sometimes the flipper just drops when the balls hits it. What is causing this? I checked the end of stroke switches but couldn't exactly see anything.
Here are pics of the left and right flippers. I only noticed that the left switch had an extra metal bracket or something that wasn't present on the right one.
Could it be that those rubber things are a bit worn?

I am not an expert at all, but make sure that the EOS are closed solid and just opens at the end of stroke. DE EOS are "normally closed" in opposite to Bally/Williams which is "normally open" other than that you might have bad hold voltage (should be around 9v), could be bad conections, bad ground, bad fuse holder, bad flipper board.

Other people may have more detailed suggestions. But there's my bet.

good luck hunting your issues down
/mima

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#1153 1 year ago

Anyone interested in these battery adaptors for a single 1/2 AA lithium battery. Get rid of the Alcaline leakable batteries and just plug this adapter into your 3AA battery holder with a 1/2 AA lithium battery instead.

$10 a piece
$12 shipping (up to 5 adapter sets).

Cheers
/mima

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#1302 87 days ago
Quoted from Rhino89:

Looking for a reasonably priced set of DEAD stickers as my ā€œDā€ is peeling back.
I see the on eBay for a wild price (after converting my CDN Dollars to USD.
Any ideas ?
Also I just purchased a replica heavyweight belt and thought I would display it as a Topper - anyone tried this ? Is there a particular belt display stand that works best ?
Thanks guys.

Cheapest "fix" would probably be to peel the whole thing off and clean the drop and sticker. Apply a thin double side tape and stick it back to the drop.

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