We sell and buy fully
refurbished coin operated Pinball classic video games
We do House Calls.
in the home
or arcade site field service
and complete game refurbishments.
We diagnose and repair most problems in the field
Low cost Coin operated Game set-up
is also a provided service. Including (but not limited to)
installation of pinball legs and game unboxing, testing of game operation and adjustment of game and monitor settings. Note: A separate company must be hired to move a game.
If you already have the perfect game room
and are experiencing 'technical difficulties', we
can help resurrect your dead or just hanging onto its last quarter Video game, Arcade or Pinball machine. Whether the full sized coin operated arcade is electromechanical or electronic.
If more 'intensive care'
we offer complete
in the shop coin operated amusement game refurbishment
and restoration. We sell arcades.
Pinball Medic currently has a nice Gottlieb Central Park
pinball for sale
priced at $850.
one player electromechanical game with backbox animation (Monkey hits bell when 100 points are scored). Weather Map for Local Delivery/Pickup. Both game repair technicians and wood crafted arcade games tend to break apart when rained on.
Pinball Medic will not pick up or deliver a game on a day that has the slightest of chances of precipitation. Check with the Austin, Texas weather radar before making an appointment.
Daily Repair Tasks
for Pinball and Video game repair.
Cleaning, polishing and waxing of the playfield. Either as a field service call or in the shop job. This takes hours when done right.
Testing and adjusting game devices and playfield mechanisms.
Replacing rubber rings and pop bumpers.
Replacing burned-out light bulbs or swapping out #44 to the cooler #47 bulbs.
Installing new game balls
This is something some
shops will not do.
Replacing broken or worn-out game parts.
Overhauling a playfield including full tear-down, cleaning\reconditioning, refurbishment and restoration.
Rebuilding flippers, sling shots and bumpers.
Repairing and replacing electronic circuit boards and mechanical game parts.
Upgrading electronics. Replacing capacitors resisters, chips and circuit board components in older/aging amusement equipment.
Replacing overheated connectors, wiring and contact switches in both SS and EM arcades.
General game "tune-ups", adjustments and setup.
Full amusement game refurbishment of EM and SS arcades.
Monitor rebuilds and cap kit installation.
Video game power supply conversions (from linear to switching mode), rebuilds and replacement.
Pinball Medic buys
what we sell. Wanted: (Dead or Alive) coin operated Pinball, video and arcade games.
Exclusively full sized coin operated arcade, video games and pinball machines.
Dead or alive! working or not. Machines to Part Out too.
What's needed is a wide
selection of coin operated classic, antique, vintage, modern
and collectible amusement game equipment
including EM and electronic pinball, coin-op video, EM gun games, penny arcades, Lollypop weight scales, commerce stimulators and other arcades to sell, refurbish and part-out.
for that space hog in the corner of your garage, commercial arcade
game room. Clear out some Coin-Op game storage warehouse inventory. Whether working or not, we are needing to build our used game parts supplies and arcade games for sale inventories. Contact Pinball Medic
or go to Our Arcade Game Buying
page for more information on selling us an arcade.
If you already have the perfect game room
and are experiencing 'technical difficulties', Pinball Medic
can help resurrect
your dead or just hanging onto its last quarter Video, Arcade game or Pinball machine.
Whether the full sized coin operated arcade is electromechanical or electronic.
All refurbished and restored Coin-Op arcades, video arcade PINBALL MEDIC'S 35 MILE SERVICE AREA INCLUDES
AUSTIN, TEXAS, BUDA, CEDER PARK
DRIPPING SPRINGS, GEORGETOWN
LEANDER, ROUND ROCK, SAN MARCUS, SPIECEWOOD
games and pinball machines
go through either our Pinball or Video arcade
game refurbishment processes before they are offered for sale.
Privately owned games can be sold as-is using our web site. No home-use only games or gambling devices. Web site / local coin-op amusement gaming news
Pinball Medic greatly appreciates your interest in our company, web sites and what we offer to the coin operated Arcade room and Collector communities. Special note to 'Linked In' (TM) and 'Facebook' (TM) members - Attributable to privacy and security concerns, Pinball Medic's company policy is to not involve our employees, customers or management team in social networking or other personal data sharing sites. They simply retain, sell and share provide personal information without permission and for far too long without much benefit for Pinball Medic Amusements, our employes and most importantly, our customers.
- We are back on the web!
After realizing there was a problem with our web-hosting services payment method, we corrected the information and are back up and ready to work on coin-op games again!
Unfortunately, because we were forced to work through the site provider's dumb computer that did not tell us what's wrong or how to fix the problem, we have lost all of our customer contact information for the last 15 years! We're starting over from scratch due to having both our web page and E-mail systems on the same hosting provider (never again).
If you would like to start or continue a game repair
or other service
a new contact
E-mail will need to be sent to us using our new E-Mail address.
We received very
little indication that anything was wrong and no information about how to correct it from the site hosting provider. There was no way of knowing they had stopped delivering most of our e-mail! This is practically the only way to contact us from the web (still working on a phone number).
This situation has gone on for three months or more without Pinball Medic knowing anything was wrong. Our site was assessable and even editable the whole time. The issue was not caused by any (declared)
Not much real effort was ever given to explain why or even when this issue started. The error code was completely hidden away with a small sized front link and obscured with an abbreviation not explained in any helpful way.
After waiting 28 minutes to get a thick accented person to answer the help line, it turned out to be
a total waste of cell minuets. He could not tell us what was wrong or help when we told him.
In our (constitutionally protected)
opinion, they should work to provide comprehensive alerts when something stops working and provide a much easier path to correct the situation. We spent hours entering the correct information on a web form. They kept giving us the same "AVS" error without indicating what was incorrect. Leaving us to suspect it was their records that were in error. We will never know for sure what happened.
We did get the last laugh.
Our monthly hosting fee was cut in half because we are now a "new" customer!
We will not disclose this hosting provider by name. However (again in our opinion)
they potentially have a bunch of "yahoos" working for them.
A major concern is the penalty many invite senders pay when we do not accept an invitation to join a particular social network. To do less harm, we ask people to not send us invitations to such sites at this time. We may accept them eventually, however, only after our privacy, security and invite rejection penalty concerns have been addressed. Probably after they are broken up into manageable sizes. CONTACT PINBALL MEDIC Copyright 2019 pinballmedic.net
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