At first glance, pinball machines may seem fairly simple. The systems that keep them functional, however, are often incredibly complex. When your machine it's having problems it can be difficult to even know where to begin. Luckily the expert at Pinball4All has over 25 years of experience repairing and restoring pinball machines from all eras of pinball history.
Circuit Board Repair
Circuit board damage can be very intimidating and seem irreparable. The expert at Pinball4All has over 25 years of experience in circuit board repair. Whether is something as simple as loose connections that need to be resoldered or acid damage run rampant, I can repair it. I have never failed to repair a circuit board and have never sent work to a third party.
It doesn't matter if you are an avid collector of pinball machines or you just have one around the house to play on, your machine is bound to require repairs eventually. I have repaired hundreds of machines from the older electromechanical to the modern electronic. If quality, dependable, and economical repair are what your after, look no further than Pinball4All.
The Quoting Process
All repair estimates provided by Pinball4All are free. Estimates are established over the phone, by email, or through the contact page. It is critical to keep in mind that until I can physically see the machine and accurately assess the damage, I avoid providing firm quotes. That being said, I am glad to provide a rough estimate based on the information given during the initial contact. If the damage is entirely located on a single component or circuit board, It can be more economical to simply ship the damaged part. I bring the parts and tools I believe I will require to each repair I perform to save you both time and money. When a firm quote has been established I will not change it regardless of the number of manhours the repair takes to complete.
Acid Damaged Circuit Board Repair
Acid damage on circuit boards can be brutal, and it can seem like there is no hope. Luckily Pinball4All specializes in circuit board repair. My background as a sales engineer and my experience as a pinball enthusiast has allowed me to be completely self-reliant when it comes to these kinds of repairs.