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Fun Games – Biplane – PCB Repair

Repairing the PCB for my “Fun Games” Biplane arcade machine source How to Determine PCB Repair Service Provider Printed circuit boards or PCBs have been popular for some time. With their pads and conductive tracks, they support an array of electronic parts. As we speak, they are actually a common alternative for virtually every electronic […]

Quick Arcade PCB Repair Tip

Follow me on Twitter: http://twitter.com/retrorepair Here I just show you a few things to look for when you have issues with graphics on your arcade PCBs. Note, I use the MAME romset to LEGALLY burn replacment roms for games I OWN. -_^ source Strategies to Find PCB Repair Specialist Printed circuit boards or PCBs have […]

Sega Shadow Dancer Arcde PCB Repair

A quick video showing the repair of a Sega Shadow Dancer PCB which has no sound and also a graphic problem, source Tips on how to Choose PCB Repair Service Provider Printed circuit boards or PCBs have been about for an extended time. With their pads and conductive traces, they support quite a lot of […]

Hyper Olympic / Track N Field (Konami) Arcade PCB Repair

Fixing a Konami Hyper Olympic PCB where the spites had horizontal lines though them. source Tips to Determine PCB Repair Service Agency Printed circuit boards or PCBs have been about for a long time. With their pads and conductive tracks, they support a number of electronic components. Nowadays, they are getting to be a trendy […]

Capcom – 1942 – PCB Repair

Nice straightforward repair on a 1942 pcb that arrived with the buyer DOA, despite previously testing fine source Guidelines to Choose PCB Repair Expert Printed circuit boards or PCBs have been popular for ages. With their pads and conductive traces, they support an assortment of electronic parts. In these days, they are actually a well-liked […]

Rygar Arcade PCB Repair

Follow me on Twitter: http://twitter.com/retrorepair Music: Rygar (NES) So here I show how I locate the issue on a Rygar PCB and repair it while talking a bit about logic probes and why they are useful. I plan sometime soon to script and properly edit a ground up guide to repairing arcade boards since a […]