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    Hi everyone,

    Pretty simple question really .. could anyone who is lucky enough to already own an Addams post the cabinet measurements?

    Length, width, depth of the cabinet and same for the backboard would be good too.

    I'll be in a position to buy later in the year, but just want to be sure I can get one into the house before I get too excited ..

    Thanks guys!!
    matt



  • #2
    matt

    go to http://www.ipdb.org

    search for addams family

    the flyer has been scanned as one of the pictures

    The second page of the flyer has the weight and dimensions of the machine

    Ric
    Ric
    looking for:
    the baseboard for a Gottlieb Royal Guard
    Zaccaria Devil Riders Backglass
    Williams OXO, GTB Volcano

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    • #3
      Sweet as, thanks mate

      All that's left is making sure it fits, and keeping the missus convinced it's a good idea


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      • #4
        no problems

        WMS were pretty good by putting dimensions and weight on most of their flyers in the 80's and 90's

        if you are moving a WMS down or upstairs remember they are HEAVY!

        It took five people to move my Dredd (and I thank them every time I see them)

        Ric
        Ric
        looking for:
        the baseboard for a Gottlieb Royal Guard
        Zaccaria Devil Riders Backglass
        Williams OXO, GTB Volcano

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        • #5
          Yeah, I noticed that on the flyer, 118 kilos! Bugger. Will have to take out private health cover for all the spinal damage

          Considering the backbox is that little bit wider than the playfield, are they easy to take off if need be (getting the machine through doorways/etc), without destroying the wiring?

          Also, can a pin be turned on it's side, or up on it's end, when being moved without screwing it up? (As you can no doubt tell, I've never owned one before)


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          • #6
            Originally posted by __frother__
            Yeah, I noticed that on the flyer, 118 kilos! Bugger. Will have to take out private health cover for all the spinal damage

            Considering the backbox is that little bit wider than the playfield, are they easy to take off if need be (getting the machine through doorways/etc), without destroying the wiring?

            Also, can a pin be turned on it's side, or up on it's end, when being moved without screwing it up? (As you can no doubt tell, I've never owned one before)
            i have moved quite a few pinny's. the backbox folds down and i've never had any troubles with doorways etc. they (just) fit through smaller doorways and i've always managed to get them through tight spaces. only needed 2 people too. they are heavy but you gotta do what you gotta do.
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            • #7
              if this is your first pin don't play around with taking off the backbox.

              if you have to - you will need to mark every connector etc as these will all need to be removed from the boards. If you mess up putitng the connectors back on you are likely to fry a board. Hence, my sugestion not to.

              I would equally suggest not tipping the machine and keeping it upright. tings can move or loose screws. washers or othe rdebris (every machine has something) can be shifted and might (prbabably will) lodge somewhere and potentially cause a short

              As rottenpig said, they will usually fit through most doorways (carefully) and with a few dedicated helpers it is usually not that painful

              Ric

              Ric
              Ric
              looking for:
              the baseboard for a Gottlieb Royal Guard
              Zaccaria Devil Riders Backglass
              Williams OXO, GTB Volcano

              Comment

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