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  1. That’s actually what made me notice it Sorry I’m a bit of a Nazi with batteries, I’ve had to fix too many boards with corrosion.
  2. @AskJacobWhy is the the coin cell battery removed and a remote AA battery pack fitted?
  3. With that much corrosion, it's been going at it for some time. Sorry to be critical, but how does this happen these days? Get batteries off boards guys, really not hard to do a remote battery pack or solder a coin cell holder on.
  4. Pick a 14pin cable from this lot: https://www.pinballspareparts.com.au/catalogsearch/result/?q=ribbon Cheapest one you can find, if it's too long cable tie it.
  5. A good starting point, OK at $33 and better than a blank space in the machine 🙂
  6. There’s power boards there too brand new
  7. This what you're after? https://www.pinballspareparts.com.au/pca-009.html
  8. The handle looks similar to a hangon upright??? I’ve got one of them to rebuild
  9. You can replace the 100-100 transformer with a 240-100 transformer, commonly found in AUS built LAI machines, this would achieve the same outcome
  10. The pin2dmd colorisation looks awesome on this game, done very nicely
  11. Nino may be able to get one in for you, maybe give him a call, he's always willing to help out
  12. Don’t think so if there were they would go green when they get corrosion but they don’t. Would be more like gold (not actual gold) passivation similar to what you see on data east under playfield metal parts. These days powder coating would be the way to go.
  13. Here you go: https://shop.mrpinball.com.au/product/leg-polished-brass-set/
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