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Johns-Arcade

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  1. Really? Not the first time a new member thinks AA owes him something and I doubt the last!
  2. You said you've re-capped the chassis, what caps did you use? Personally, your best option is to send your chassis to @Jomac and get him to go over it for you. The only issue you might have is you've now attempted to repair the chassis yourself. Have a chat to Joey (Jomac) and see what he suggests.
  3. It's in relation to a fee charged on check out from Austral on low value orders I ordered a Data East pop bumper cap that I needed urgently for a customer. Price for the cap was $14.85 On checkout, I got hit with a low order fee of another $2.75, which I personally think is bull shit! Postage, $14.10 It then took 3 weeks to receive said pop bumper cap, which I only think was sent when I opened a Paypal dispute. Pointless getting a 10% discount when you get hit with a 15% low order fee. Maybe things will change, but I won't order from them again.
  4. If it's running a Sanyo EZ, it will need to be 100V for the monitor, but assuming it's a US cab it should already have a step-down, even if it's 120V to 100V. You might find it easier to fit a 240V to 120V transformer before this one.
  5. Actually, I think the ECL components will be more of an issue than the 2532's - - - Updated - - - Just buy one of these https://www.mikesarcade.com/cgi-bin/store.pl?sku=NIN2JAMMA
  6. Great work Adam :023: I'd be interested in one to populate
  7. Well that's how I originally interpreted it too Doug, but if the OP thinks Womble is too expensive, I'm now not so sure :017:
  8. So what's the deal? You want your boards repaired and will pay for the repair with a bunch of faulty bootlegs? Is this what you're offering or am I missing something here?
  9. You could use an adapter board and use standard 2732. Or, send me the details and I can program them for you?
  10. Highly recommend you get one from zanderzone, quality is outstanding.
  11. I found this while looking for something else the other week, has corrosion and will obviously need to be repaired. $50 plus postage, pick up also welcome. Regards, Johns-Arcade.
  12. Good chance the yoke has fried. What chassis is it?
  13. https://www.aussiearcade.com/showthread.php/20379-Account-Upgrade-Information-(Donating)-*READ-THIS-FIRST*
  14. You could try a fast eprom in place of the prom trav, that way you can experiment all you like without having to worry about wasting proms or programming GALs
  15. I've never used an encoder, but assume it can. It's just a micro-switch joystick so should work with an encoder. - - - Updated - - - This is the one for wooden control panels (Upright Donkey Kong) https://www.mikesarcade.com/cgi-bin/store.pl?sku=TKGU-23-50
  16. Get the sames ones used in the Kong Off here. https://www.mikesarcade.com/cgi-bin/store.pl?sku=TKG-23-50
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