Flipper bally black jack
The Black Jack coin-operated Pinball by Bally Manufacturing Co. (circa ), and it's history and background, photos, repair help, manuals, for sale and wanted lists, and census survey is brought to you by The International Arcade Museum at the Museum fo the Game. Find great deals on eBay for bally black jack. Shop with confidence. Well, I was looking on Craig's list when I saw an old Bally Black Jack for sale. They were only asking $, so Jacqui, the kids and I drove down to take a look. The backglass was in excellent condition, and the playfield and plastics were in pretty good shape too - though very dirty.
SS Bally Black Jack help please
Certain page elements may have been deliberately hidden. I was happy to see how complete, and clean it was inside. Looking inside the backbox, its easy to see the problem. So you could have an open circuit on that signal. New bridge rectifiers are soldered to the board The first thing they recommend is to rebuild the power rectifier board. I repinned all of J3, renewed a diode on the play switch and was rewarded with a ball delivered as it should and flippers that worked.
There have been 4 images uploaded to this topic. View topic image gallery. Sorry, no images have been uploaded for this game yet. I bought the repair kit and have managed to get it to boot now. The machine looks like its had a free play mod at some point with a button between the two coin mechs.
If I 'trip' the switch on the coin mech I can hear it register on the housekeeping clocks inside but no credit registers on the display and no ball is delivered. Any ideas would be welcome as I'm determined that it shouldnt be an ornament any longer! But after 10 seconds or so the game goes into attract mode the saucer solenoid fires, intro tune on the mechanical chimes play, the displays come on and the playfield light sequence starts?
So you could have an open circuit on that signal. Thanks for the feedback Quench, I will have a look at that transistor and resistors when I get home later.
To answer your other points Test runs through clear and shows 0 but I havnt done anything to the start button. So when you go to the switch test, and you activate and hold the coin switches, the Ball In Play display stays at '0'?
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The backglass was in excellent condition, and the playfield and plastics were in pretty good shape too - though very dirty. Unfortunately, the guy selling it did not have the key, so I could not look inside.
We plugged it in, and the GI lights would come on, but it would not boot into a new game. I brought it home and put it in the garage. Over the next few months I worked to get it cleaned and repaired.
I learned a lot in the process, and despite spending several times more in parts than I did for the machine itself, I'm still happy with my purchase. Here are the first pics I took of the machine. Yuck, it's a bit dirty. Check out the tax stamps. It was in an arcade or bar somewhere in Houston between and I found a stamp inside the machine. In order to get inside the machine, I had to drill out the lock. I was happy to see how complete, and clean it was inside.
Hmmm, it looks like someone else had been working on it. The underside of the playfield was in great shape - no burned coils. After taking off the backglass - one of the display units is missing. Looking inside the backbox, its easy to see the problem. Look at all that battery corrosion along the bottom of the MPU board.
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