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    1978 Stern Stars Leds

    Do I have to put Ghosting led's only in these pins?

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    GI you can do.
    an alltek lamp boar or similar needed for the controlled lighting

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    No need for a new lamp board if you are a bit handy
    https://peakpinball.com/2014/01/05/m...1-led-upgrade/
    Quite an easy mod and completely invisible with the board installed ie looks original
    The other option is to add a resistor to each lamp socket

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    Or the piggy back add on boards.


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    Could you please tell me all about the piggy back add on board Edy
    Quote Originally Posted by Dedrok View Post
    Or the piggy back add on boards.


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    I would've said inline rather than piggyback, but does he mean things like this? https://www.marcospecialties.com/pin.../MA-09-011-043
    Converting early Bally or Stern pinball machines to LEDs (light emitting diodes) is easy and effective for general illumination lamps, but because of their very low current draw, LED switched or controlled feature lamps flash on and off every 8 milliseconds and create an annoying flicker.


    There's a related product for Aux Lamp Boards.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SPURR View Post
    Could you please tell me all about the piggy back add on board Edy
    Iíll check, may have 1 more set laying around.


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    Iíf you find 2 sets of be interested also


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    Quote Originally Posted by Dedrok View Post
    Or the piggy back add on boards.


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    That's cheating

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    1978 Stern Stars Leds

    Quote Originally Posted by Boots View Post
    That's cheating
    For those that donít want to hack their original boards or pay more for an led lamp board
    @SPURR

    I did have one left.



    https://www.marcospecialties.com/pin...arts/MB-07-010

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