It seems like a no-brainer, but I’m regularly reminded of the importance of taking time to survey the playfield of pinball machines. In this video I go into why it’s important and how catching a minor issue early, can stop more annoying problems later.
Gottlieb System 80 games do not have a setting for “free play”, so there are some hacks you can do to turn your game into play for free. I outline how to do this in this video:
Here is a fun video showing a game that was donated to our group. Take a look along with me as I go over the game and see what we got and what it’s going to take to get working?
In this video I pull a game off route and work on it. Discussing the unusual playfield hardware used by Sega/Stern. There was a problem with the optos in the ball trough causing problems making the game kick balls out onto the playfield unexpectedly. The game displays “too many balls” when there is the proper number installed.