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For Amusement Only EM and Bingo Pinball Podcast

Detailing EM and Bingo pinball features, gameplay, and repair techniques.
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Apr 10, 2015

High voltage can hurt or even kill you.  This is a warning about how to identify high voltage in your machine at a glance and the super easy way you can avoid getting hurt.

Your health is more important than getting a game running.

Apr 9, 2015

How does a bingo know to lock you out of features after shooting a certain ball?  

How does it know _not_ to lock you out if you are able to reach the ball return without landing in a trap hole? 

Apr 8, 2015

When your bingo doesn't count replays approporiately, what do you do?  Manual, schematics and observation are a help, but knowing the units involved will set you on the right path faster.

Apr 7, 2015

How to break down and transport a game, then how to reassemble and start cleaning!

Apr 6, 2015

How to disassemble and clean a drop target bank, and how drop targets are typically constructed.

 

Not mentioned:  how much I dislike solid state Williams drop targets.

Apr 5, 2015

What are the main things to consider when looking at your first bingo?  Condition is king, but if you are like I was at first, you'd never seen one of these before.

Apr 4, 2015

Talk about how EMs are able to determine the game state.

 

Tech: How to properly adjust a relay, and when to hit it with a hammer (really)!

Apr 3, 2015

How were Bingos persecuted in the United States?  Why did Bingo production cease in the 80's?  These and other questions answered in this episode.

Apr 2, 2015

I talk about a toy invented in the woodrail era that is still in use today - the Pop Bumper.

 

Tech: Changing pop bumpers, and how to increase pop safely (by cleaning).

Apr 1, 2015

Woodrails gave us some of the toys and mechanical devices that we still use today.

 

Tech talk: flippers - how to disassemble and rebuild.  These same basic instructions apply to anything with an EOS switch (basically machines up to 1990ish).

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