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    Cleanup in section 3...

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    Anyone know where to get vinyl for JP reprinted? I have a couple of problematic parts, such as the green vinyl near the TRex scoop.
    Even if someone had scans I could use at my local printing place..

    Hereís the one from my old playfield, which I removed, in an attempt to reattach to the new playfield (as only half exists on the new PF), but Iím not sure how viable that idea is..

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    what do you use to polish the metal gates and flaos?

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    Quote Originally Posted by richierich85 View Post
    what do you use to polish the metal gates and flaos?

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    This makes all the parts shiny:
    https://www.supercheapauto.com.au/p/...141g/1023.html
    Iíve used just over a whole tin for this machine - but it was FILTY... So thatís probably more than normal I guess

    Iíve also heard good things about this as well, but not tried it yet:
    https://www.bunnings.com.au/autosol-...olish_p4460667

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    So this afternoon I finally finished soldering and screwing the wiring harness back onto the underside of the playfield.

    This right here is the best feeling in the world right now:
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    No screws left over
    No holes left empty

    #Winning

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    Got my playfield back in the cabinet and finally got around to replacing that nasty Smokey subway with a much cleaner version... The difference is amazing

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    As this is my first full rebuild, does anyone have any suggestions on a good way to test all my wiring/coils etc, that Iím not gonna blow a fuse or transistor etc on a board somewhere when I turn it all on?


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    Quote Originally Posted by thesav View Post
    So this afternoon I finally finished soldering and screwing the wiring harness back onto the underside of the playfield.

    This right here is the best feeling in the world right now:
    https://www.aussiearcade.com/attachm...hmentid=151666
    No screws left over
    No holes left empty

    #Winning
    I love empty backs and tubs. Your doing well with this


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    Jurassic Park Project Restore

    Okay, so tonight I finished up the wiring and turned it on for a test.

    Unfortunately all I got was the playfield lamps flash once, a TRex roar, no DMD display & two red LEDs on my CPU board - any suggestions?

    I havenít touched these boards at all, aside from unplugging & replugging the various cable sockets to remove the playfield.

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    Last edited by thesav; 29th August 2019 at 08:49 PM. Reason: Additional info


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