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  1. Welcome back! You mentioned that there was no sound either, is the machine booting up? (lights flashing etc?) Checking fuses and voltages would be my next port of call (after cables mentioned above!)
  2. Don’t you want to use an acid to neutralise the alkaline?
  3. Hopefully these are useful: https://pinwiki.com/wiki/index.php?title=Bally/Stern#How_To_Hook_Up_a_Stern_TA-100_Rectifier_Board
  4. From my post over here, looks like you’d need at least lr-mame2010 to play these (maybe newer)
  5. https://www.titanpinball.com/index.php?route=product/product&product_id=57 🤷‍♂️ Always the way though that you’ll be out of the one size that has just broken, but have plenty of other sizes!
  6. Yep Space Wars is the other vector one you were thinking of with the large number of buttons (they were like keyboard buttons I think...) Here's another one for you, uses a trackball: And a early/mid 90s game similar to Battlezone that was fun in the arcades:
  7. This is the place I sent the file to be printed, I'll send you a PM https://decalspecialists.com.au/home/2917-upload-your-design.html#/6-covercoat-non_fire/16-film_thickness-13um/19-cmyk_cmyw-cmyw
  8. Great range of things you've done to bring this cabinet back to it's glory days!
  9. I drew some up to help a friend and had them printed on waterslide decals, would it happen to be any of these?
  10. Great to see the work in progress in the video, really inventive use of parts for the eject mechanism
  11. The flippers use 24VDC which is rectified on the transformer panel in the cabinet. Since all the flippers use the same voltage, and one side is fine, I doubt this voltage is a problem.
  12. Congrats to Luke and Dan for bringing the IFPA to where it is in Australia! And welcome aboard to the new guys, with what they've done with BPAC we can be assured that the future of Aus IFPA is in good hands!
  13. I’d say it’s worth plugging one of the touchscreens into the raspberry pi USB and seeing if it just works out of the box. If you’re lucky it will just show up as a mouse and you’ll be underway.
  14. Looks like all (even 8000) are in MAME: http://adb.arcadeitalia.net/dettaglio_mame.php?game_name=tm4k&search_id= http://adb.arcadeitalia.net/dettaglio_mame.php?game_name=tm7keval&search_id= http://adb.arcadeitalia.net/dettaglio_mame.php?game_name=tm8k&arcade_only=0&autosearch=1 From these sites looks like they were added in these versions of MAME (useful for knowing which minimum version to run on the Raspberry Pi): 4000: Mame 0.111u2 7000: Mame 0.131u4 8000: Mame 0.125u9 Retropi is a simple way to get started with setting up MAME on a Raspberry Pi, and gives a few different versions of MAME specifically compiled for the Raspberry Pi: https://retropie.org.uk/ Looking at this, looks like you would need at least lr-mame2010 to run these, maybe even a newer one to iron out some of the bugs https://retropie.org.uk/docs/MAME/ Not sure what model Pi would be required for these specific games though, some performance testing would probably be required...
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