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  1. Looking for this adaptor if you happen to have one spare, or can even swap you for my WPC/WPC95 adaptor (new) if you're changing machines and in the same situation?
  2. Selling my spot for cost if you're interested in Spooky's Ultraman Blood Suckers Edition! Build #396 of 500, and so with the estimated schedule being built alongside Halloween, the expected build time would be mid '22. Having said that, with Rick and Morty this was brought forward to coincide with the Australian shipment and so I imagine the same would be the case with this. If that happens it could well be late this year/early '22. Cost is $2,030AUD. Then when the game is ready for production, the balance of $6,495USD is payable to Spooky directly. Image included is their prototype but was missing the art blades (included with the BSE) at the time. I should elaborate, $2,030 was the deposit amount ($1,500USD) payable at the time to Spooky. Ie the machine is $7,995USD in total.
  3. Looks like the first batch are out in the wild now, should start to see more commentary soon.
  4. He's a loose cannon in his group hey. Pretty average. GLWS, bargain price for this especially with the gloss! Such a unique game and theme integration can't be beat!
  5. Don’t think he saw it coming either with those Uvex shades
  6. Interested in a HUO Aerosmith if anyone’s thinking of selling. Preferably Pro but would consider Premium. Thanks!
  7. It’s sounding a bit touch and go, so I may just dismantle mine and trace it out to be safe!
  8. This is a BSD - appreciate the input so far. Wayne are your CAD plans available or are they a licensed thing? cheers
  9. One of my machines could really do with a new cabinet as the ply is starting to delaminate. I could dismantle and then trace the panels, but thought I'd ask if anyone has or knows of a resource for the panels at all? This would save the downtime as it's a game I still play and would be great to have the new one done and just do the swap.
  10. Thanks for shooting this - love seeing the details under the hood, the playfield, things like that. Build quality looks really solid. Love those backbox hinges. Had to laugh at the glass hit lol :)
  11. I'm personally not into this era of game but how good is this for anyone that is! I hope they sell out and keep their momentum going, great to have a local manufacturer.
  12. When selling I’ve found it to be almost the first value decider for prospective buyers. When buying it’s lower on my list. I’ve seen embarrassingly shoddy condition low play machines, and completely mint high play machines. I know which one I’d prefer.
  13. Update for anyone playing at home, I had Rod over yesterday and the genius had it diagnosed within 30 seconds and fixed in 5min! Apparently the two capacitors near this plug had been replaced but not soldered correctly and a trace on the back of the PCB needed soldering. I can finally see what I'm supposed to be shooting in the game now :)
  14. Did not know this, thanks for the tip. I've tested the fuse out and was still ok, but I'll go through the rest of the fuses to double check. Appreciate this, I'm still fresh to pinballs and learning a lot.
  15. I've got some voltage coming from the pins when I do an all illumination test, although not sure what the voltages are supposed to be in case they're out. The fuse - I test fuses for continuity in-situ, but rather than putting the probe to the fuse ends, I put the probes on the board terminals to ensure that not only are the fuses ok but that there's nothing preventing contact (eg corrosion) to the terminal. If it's earlier than the connector then it may be out of my league. Might be time for a Rod call!
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