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  • Chron -

    Wrote a comment on Chron’s wall.

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    Hi ^^
  • djsheep -

    Liked Anselmo’s post in the thread New Astro City Restoration.

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    Now the fun part: re-assembly. I got really overly excited to see it back together. I later realized and learned a very valuable lesson. arcade-projects.com/forums/ind…0b3e91cf2cbe080b61ce71754 I thought I was real smart placing all the parts in zip…
  • Hatsune Mike -

    Replied to the thread Yoke and tube specs for monitors.

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    Generally vertical presents very little risk through mismatch. I would just give it a try. The worst is that you replace the common, off the shelf vertical IC, but it would be a big surprise if anything bad happened to it.
  • jassin000 -

    Replied to the thread Mortal Kombat 1 - DOA.

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    Quote from 98pacecar: “but it did have the Kombo board add-on so it was worth grabbing ” This makes it less valuable IMO, not more. ;)
  • djsheep -

    Replied to the thread Mortal Kombat 1 - DOA.

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    Quote from Frank_fjs: “Well done! Love a happy ending. ” =O
  • alberto1225 -

    Liked Anselmo’s post in the thread New Astro City Restoration.

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    Never got around to sharing this resto from this past May, but all the cool astro restoration posts really got me excited to share this with you dudes. My first Candy pickup after obsessing over big blues for a while, was this new Astro that was shared…
  • obitus1990 -

    Replied to the thread CPS2 A board problem.

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    Quote from ekorz: “It doesn’t have a little k onscreen nearby saying .5. kohms right? Measuring on pins eg 1 and 3 when unplugged from the supergun? Just checking the easy stuff. Most common I’d think is the power pins out of alignment, which is…
  • alberto1225 -

    Liked Anselmo’s post in the thread New Astro City Restoration.

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    Now the fun part: re-assembly. I got really overly excited to see it back together. I later realized and learned a very valuable lesson. arcade-projects.com/forums/ind…0b3e91cf2cbe080b61ce71754 I thought I was real smart placing all the parts in zip…
  • djsheep -

    Replied to the thread Pana Twin or Sigma Raijin?.

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    The Boardmaster is built really well and uses good parts. It’s only downfall is the quality of the RGB output from it. There’s information on how to fix that issue here courtesy of @Nimmers: Boardmaster Supergun thread
  • Frank_fjs -

    Replied to the thread Mortal Kombat 1 - DOA.

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    Well done! Love a happy ending.
  • ABTmRw -

    Replied to the thread Vewlix F Restoration COMPLETE!.

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    Quote from benime: “Just a heads up, but melamine foam (magic erasers) are also abrasive. It's similar to a very fine sandpaper. ” Fair enough! In my case, I guess I meant abrasive cleaning solution. The Magic Erasers when used 'lightly' work…
  • ArcSys101 -

    Replied to the thread What board to go after for Multi.

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    I have a suicided COTA rev7 asia board with the a-board maybe you need them to your cps2 multi
  • 98pacecar -

    Replied to the thread Mortal Kombat 1 - DOA.

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    Oops, misspoke in my post. I replaced the PLCC socket, not the actual chip. I found a few online, but at ~$50 a pop I didn't want to buy them. Got lucky that my chip worked, just needed a clean socket.
  • Neodogg -

    Replied to the thread Pana Twin or Sigma Raijin?.

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    How do the Blast City Board masters compare?