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    Turning a CPR Firepower Playfield from Bronze to Gold.

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    #2
    Got to be happy with that mate ,great job .

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      #3
      Nice job, looks heaps better


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        #4
        Nice one Pete, looks sweet��

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          #5
          Originally posted by Tank01 View Post
          Nice one Pete, looks sweet��
          Big job Trav


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            #6
            The fun part dressing the topside hardware before flipping it over and dealing with wiring , switches, mechanisms etc.






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              #7
              Following this one with interest.
              Your thread is reminding me I have to pull my finger out and get stuck into my FP playfield swap soon.
              Last time I looked at my gold CPR PF it looked ok so fingers crossed it still is.



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                #8
                Originally posted by goodolddays View Post
                Following this one with interest.
                Your thread is reminding me I have to pull my finger out and get stuck into my FP playfield swap soon.
                Last time I looked at my gold CPR PF it looked ok so fingers crossed it still is.



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                We would have bought these at the same time I recon when I used to lurk over on AP. Probably 5+ years or so ago !



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                    #10
                    Wow, I'd of never thought such damage simply by not using it in storage in a box. There have always been roamers about leaving NOS playfields for to long such as the paint drying out before the wood has cured causing the paint to chip badly when a ball finally rolled over it but that to my understanding was something like 15 years.
                    As for the inserts sinking or rising I ask why would that happen?.
                    Again, my understanding was this was caused by the heat created by the light bulb usually by idiots pushing the bulb up to high in the insert hole.
                    I'm thinking maybe these playfield copies may have more underlying issues.
                    I will say you have turned bad into good though. That playfield now looks amazing.

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                      #11
                      Been awhile too busy trying to finish this PF!
                      Embarked on a mission to rebuild the original Williams target assemblies rather than putting late model units in, I had a pile of parts form another PF also,
                      so chose the best and managed to build a nice complete set of 10.
                      The original parts manuals on Planetary pinball are gold for this for the switch stack arrangement
                      Procrastinated as to go the original bullseyes or the decals, decals won out and look fantastic imho.

                      Last pic of loom Re install, bit of a wash and a neaten up, replace of all diodes Mandatory


























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                        #12
                        Your doing a fantastic job Pete , Looking NIB .

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                          #13
                          Wow Pete
                          Looking fantastic mate


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                            #14
                            Very nice Pete, looking great

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                              #15
                              Wow Pete it's looking great.
                              Al.

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