History and Worklog
In service to approximately 1999
Fully shopped in 1999 for private sale for $2750 by For Entertainment Only
Purchased in 2004 as is after 5 years in a home.
1)Additional mylar playfield covers
2) Reinforced slot machine target bracket
Small scratches on the translite
Dirt in playfield clearcoat at ball entry
Lock bar hole replaced with black bolt
Expected damage to cabinet finish under legs
Light ball track wear on metal outhole cover.
Light ball track in spiral under rear plastics
1) Left outlane light not functional, broken solder joint repaired on underside of the board.
2) Clock losing time when off. Battery holder has corrosion. Contacts scraped. NiMH batteries replaced with dry cells.
3) Front lock bar too tight. One brass lock screw corroded. Loosened screws.
4) Replaced dirty or dull lightbulbs
5) Realigned robot ball kicker
6) Replaced all rubbers
7) Replaced steel balls
8) Replaced clock millions target with reinforced version
9) Replace slot machine target with reinforced version
10) Replace all lightbulbs behind translite.
11) Replaced original wedge flasher sockets with bayonet sockets and 455 flasher bulbs
12) Replaced pop bumper caps
13) Upgraded to 9.4H
14) Rebuilt clock housing
15) Rebuilt clock gear train, mostly new gears. Teflon dry lube.
16) Replaced clock lamps with white LEDs and resistors
17) Add plastics protector set – slingshots, clock/piano, slot machine
18) Replaced broken extra ball button microswitch retaining mechanism
19) Checked gumball popper for cracks on bracket – fixed loose mounting screws with bamboo
20) New powerball
21) Gumball Geneva switch fixed
22) Replaced diverter hinge pin – old was somewhat worn
23) Replaced left outlane divider cover: 03-8318-16 Double light hood, yellow