Bingo pinballs

This page was created on 7-10-2011

 

Gary is “fearless” buys a Bingo, it doesn’t work, and he dives right inside`

 

 

Does this mean “Coney Island” was built around this same timeframe and is similar`

 

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From: Gary King <gking19>
Subject: Sirmo Brooklyn (and Continental)
To: "Danny Leach" <bingopinballs>
Date: Tuesday, June 7, 2011, 11:15 AM

Hi Danny -

I got the Sirmo Brooklyn auction and it worked great for 15 minutes (until I tried to move a line).

I'll have to try to find a manual/schematic (or at least someone that knows the value of the two components I fried).

The dollar bill acceptor ($1, $5, $10 & $20 [including new bills]) didn't have the bill collector latched back into place, but once I did that, it took bills. I turned it on, fed some bills in, pressed some buttons, and it worked just great!!!  That is, until I pressed one of the letter buttons to move the numbers around.  It started to move a line, then said "error 75" and then I smelled burnt electrical components. It looks like a zener diode and a resistor right next to it fried on the power supply board. I have no idea what the values are supposed to be. I'm hoping the board in the Continental I have is the same kind so I can figure it out.

It was really fun for a few minutes!!  It is constructed very well as far as the insides go. The bottom of the playfield has a plastic cover that's a combination ball return and protection for the slide mechanism. The top of the playfield is covered with a clear plastic domed piece that makes it a sealed unit (and keeps the balls from bouncing into the glass). The glass is double thick safety glass with a layer of plastic inside holding it all together (I thought it was going to fall apart because it was cracked in several places, but it came out in one piece and appears sturdy).

- Gary.

Associated Links

Brooklyn Homepage

Brooklyn Picture Archive

http://bingo.cdyn.com/machines/sirmo/brooklyn/

 

 

Thank you Gary

 

The most thorough pictures set I have ever received _ You Rock Brother!!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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