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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 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).

Mar 31, 2015

I talk with Ava about Pop-A-Card, the first game I purchased, and the machine that brought me my love of repairing and playing Gottlieb machines (all eras) and EMs and Bingos!

Mar 30, 2015

I talk to Steve Smith and give him wide berth to tell his view of how we met and how I fell in love with bingos.  He discusses various topics, including differences between flipper vs. bingo pinball, playing on location as a kid, and how he got his first pinball.

 

Forgive sound quality - I was sitting too far from the mic and didn't notice.

Mar 29, 2015

Describing how to use the schematic for Pop-A-Card to troubleshoot both a scoring and a lamp problem.

Mar 28, 2015

Describing pictures is difficult.

 

Beginning talk about what the symbols represent and what those devices do.  I don't describe a switch in great detail, but will be doing so next time.

Mar 27, 2015

Double-Up is working now, but I re-learned the same lesson I've learned 1 million times already.  The simplest answer is often correct.

Mar 26, 2015

Jones Plug care and feeding and I work on Double-Up - fixing a couple of problems, and creating more!  All this and lots of repeating myself.

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