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  2. Moyra and Michael, thank you for a fantastic night! The perfect hosts as usual, Tassie guests were treated to a wonderful introduction to the “Shot Club” 😊 A few pics :
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  3. After visiting Tasmania, I am happy to say the trophy is now in the air headed back to its state of origin. It was great reading through the notepad on the bottom and even has a nice note from Yee. Safe travels CAGIT, and who knows we may see each other again one day. Fly my pretty...
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  4. Two issues: 1 - That's so low res you can't read it 2 - Hosting Gottlieb schematics on Aussie Arcade's servers isn't a good idea. There's a reason IPDB pulled all their Gottlieb stuff.
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  5. For sale is my spare modded Ford 1955 Ute similar to the one used in the movie Last Action Hero. Has 6.3v led's mounted behind the headlights and one in the ute cabin. When plugged into the GI it flashes in time with the rest of the GI. Comes with wires ready to connect to GI. Here's a link showing it working. $50 plus postage. Local pickup from Runcorn welcome.
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  6. Sorry i like LAH still. Try Oscar from Pinmem, thats who i got mine from.
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  7. Always a good idea to test on a sheet of cardboard or timber first before going anywhere near a freshly painted cab.. i know, i learned the hard way twenty something years ago! I've tried and used every method under the sun for the splatter, lately i've been using a spray gun with the air pressure turned down.
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  8. That pix was when I created the trophy at home here in Marnoo. First ever picture of it.
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  9. Scooby Doo - Where Are You ? Standard Edition (SE) - $7769 USD Blood Sucker Edition (BSE) - $8769 USD Collector Edition (CE) - $9769 USD - Game 11 - Wide Body - units made - 1969 (year of cartoon launch) - Designers -Spooky Luke and Corwin "Bug" Emery - Board set - Pinotaur (Ben Heck's revised boardset) - Display type - LCD
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  10. Agree, looks like a great turn out. I'm hoping to have another meet once the new shed is built at my new house and get a big crowd as well....
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  11. Don't know how game I would be to start flicking paint around. Thx for the video.
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  12. Would be all over this if I had a LAH. Great mod for the price. GLWS
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  13. Those pins look correct and the pins come out of the holder pretty easy, ( we used to make a pin extracting tool out of a grinded down broken hacksaw blade), but anything with a fine point gets them out. The pins don't usually fail but it's a great way to clean all the contact surfaces. My concern is more the solder marks behind the pads on the board. That indicates at some time someone found the need to jumper the board and now they are gone. Not an issue as it was quite common on early boards on the power rails especially. On Jamma boards you can just measure the board's voltage on the pads behind the jamma connector, set your 5vDC level and be pretty well assured that voltage is consistent over the whole board. This was not always the case on early boards especially over time and voltage drop over the board was an issue and that is why "jumpers" were used on such boards. Next time you power the board up, measure the voltage off one of the chips located near the corners of the board. Usually pin 14 and 7. If you find the 5 volts lower than the edge connector reading by an alarming level, solder a jumper wire in so you get no voltage drop to that part of the board any longer. Make sure you get the polarity correct.
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  14. Are these the pins https://au.rs-online.com/web/p/automotive-connector-terminals/7455315
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  15. always think the splatter is the most nerve racking part of the repaint
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  16. here is the schematic if you need it
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  17. yeah me either, it gets a bit mundane quickly, just musing on how we are on the same score. 🦘
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  18. Haha! I'm not a big fan of this game to be honest. But it's funny how I managed to score exactly the same as you here and Rob on Q-Bert. Doesn't happen very often. Anything higher from now on will all be pbs. Happy bwanging (Kangarooing?) all. 🙂
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  19. Just replicated a few Manufacturers Certificate labels ready for the next few machine restorations. Close Encounters Of The Third Kind EM Printed onto 200gsm Quill board in white (ivory was not available) Attached using "X-Press it" double sided adhesive sheets, that held the cardstock in place You will note that the font type on the machine title is different on each label. From the factory this was "stamped on" and font size and type was best replicated as good as possible from original. May not be perfect but improves the restoration. Label size is 89mm x 57.5mm I believe that this is a great result.
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