So it is finally time to add some more light on the gumball machine on the Twilight Zone pinball machine. If you found this interesting, you should really check out @Joe’s Classic Video Games Chapters: 00:00 Intro 00:22 Getting started 04:00 Wires on socket 07:14 First test of light 13:55 Testing LED instead 15:29 Opening up pinball machine 20:45 Mounting the light 25:14 Removing mini playfield 35:05 Installing the wires 37:02 Finding power 41:00 Testing the result 44:04 Saying goodbye
I have purchased a remote controlled switch, running on 12v, capable of switching up to 250v(if you dare). It has 5 remotes included. Maybe for a Halloween project or something else. It is simple, easy to use and cheap. I’m no @bigclivedotcom and this isn’t my usual format so bear with me. 😀 So this is a rather long video so here’s some chapters in case you are in a hurry.: 00:00 Introduction 00:18 Unboxing 03:00 Lack of high voltage seperation 03:36 Connecting wires 07:00 Power up and configuration 09:08 Connecting a LED for testing 16:44 Let there be light
Going through a selection of spare parts for pinball machines, since we have to #stayhome why not have a look at them #withme. It’s mostly for Bally/Midway Williams machines but there’s some generic stuff included. So if you feel like hanging out, welcome. Now let’s look at some awesome #pinball stuff.
After being reunited with my Commodore 64 after 30 years, I open it up and take a look if anything has crawled inside it to die or if there’s any sort of damage to the hardware. Episode 1: https://youtu.be/_boW_c8f1_M Main Playlist for this video: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLMAHWov6qmrQjt1LmJolANAhQs1EKPhid