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  1. ​​​​​For sale is my mame arcade. Has hyperspin setup. PC inside 17" Screen Speakers ipac 2 player setup with pull out draw. Located in Mooroolbark 3138 Looking for $700 Price Drop
  2. For sale is a Kids Basketball Arcade Works great with flashing leds and music, is set to free play Includes 6 basketballs and has a cartoon theme. Great for kids entertainment. Asking $500 Pick up Mooroolbark 3138
  3. Yeah I reakon it's heaps better then more expensive early buck hunters
  4. Due to medical bill. Up for sale is my Sammy Extreme Hunting Arcade. This Arcade has been great for the years that I have owned it. The screen picture is great and the guns are in good working order. There are some little cracks on the guns but this does not affect the game play what so ever. I have a spare brand new gun Case that I never got around to swapping over. One issue is the power supply power point plug, the tabs have broken off, and can be a easy fix. Looking for $1200 Located in Mooroolbark 3138
  5. Looks good mate. Always loved to to an old wall jukebox
  6. Hi recently picked up a Kids Basketball arcade that has a few issues. Everything lit up and worked except it seemed one of the sensors didn't work so I have ordered a replacement still waiting to receive. As of yesterday it seems to start up and get stuck in a loop, not displaying anything on score board or sometimes displays some numbers in a count down (https://1drv.ms/v/s!Ah07JyfQhEO5gsJB734mTqTsBeTjdQ) The music plays for a little bit then stops and makes a clicking sound and repeats over and over. https://1drv.ms/v/s!Ah07JyfQhEO5gsFycI9IwAlKO8lnNg) Motor cable is disconnected. I have have used a multi meter on the power supply and get a constant 24v, 12v and 5v, I have also tested the volts on the main board and they all seem fine. Except for one. In the video you can hear the start up and constant loop of sound and a clicking noise. This seems to effect the motor that drops the platform up and down to stop the basketballs. It will turn for a second then stop and then start for a second and repeat. When I test the Volts coming to the motor it gets 12ish volts for a second then none then 12ish again as per what looks to happen to the motor. the motor does a little turn then stops then turns then stop. It is in the same sequence as the music and click noise you hear in the video. https://1drv.ms/v/s!Ah07JyfQhEO5gsgHcDRfScqU32TC0g This is the power cable for the motor on main board I have been trying to find the manufacture of the main board. Any one in the Eastern Suburbs of Melbourne with better knowledge then me in these sort of things? Thanks.
  7. Are they still available my god daughter would love them.
  8. Thats stuff on arcade punk looks interesting. I will have to sus it out
  9. Depends on if you plan on making it pc based ect, But I setup using a touch pc, decent webcam and used sparkbooth software with great results
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