I ran across a funny issue cleaning up a bumper target in my Chicago Coin ‘Big Hit” pinball machine. It was sticking but I couldn’t see why. Once I gave it a good inspection, I[…]
Cleaning the stepper units in 1952 Chicago Coin ‘Big Hit’ pinball machine.
A quick video on how to convert your electromechanical (EM) pinball machine to free play. All machines are a little different, so hopefully explaining how the credit wheel mech works, it will help you identify[…]
In this video I look at the quirky things in my 1964 Gottlieb Ship-Mates pinball machine. I try to fix a cracked backglass (which failed a few hours after the video was uploaded) and I[…]
We are back with Brian to try and figure out his new Stern Aerosmith pinball machine.
This is the video series of rethemeing a Black Knight pinball machine into a Monty Python Black Knight pinball machine. I’m taking video of each step of the process and will update this page as[…]