I’m kind of worried about selling and in a few years not being able to afford getting back into pin ownership.
*if* I knew prices leveled off I would sell and rebuy in a few years but whenever I think machines can’t get more expensive somehow retailers say “hold my beer and watch this...”
wondering if it’s better to store a machine or just sell it if the machines won’t be used for a few years and just stored in a zero cost temperature controlled environment?
Does “parking” a machine for a few years damage it in any way?
It’s running the “locating ball” sometimes, or it will die out in the middle of a game thinking all balls have drained. Wiggled a few wires this weekend and worked for a little bit. Might be a solder, further investigation required me thinks.
transformers pro - game occasionally does the searching for ball / flippers stop as game believes all balls accounted for
Star Trek pro - drop target traps ball and when it drops it kicks it backwards and captures it again...
I'm far from handy but would like to learn how to fix these issues...
It's tough to properly level on carpet, the boards also disperse weight to not damage the carpet v the small circular levellers on the legs.
This pin is in better than new condition imho, buy with confidence.
1658 km road trip and the machine is home safe and sound. 13% taxes at the border and lots of questions about pinball and requests to come play it by border people but overall very happy with the entire experience (it's good when you have a honest seller).
I'll generate a bill of sale prior to going over for the seller to sign, he is selling in Canadian funds so I am not using the governments rate percentage conversion. Will also have my phone for the government to see all the communications if required.
Just wanted to make sure it was just the...