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- July 25th, 2019, 7:52 pm
- Forum: Cabinet Q&A
- Topic: Blast City PSU recap necessary?
- Replies: 3
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I powered on my Blast City for the first time tonight using a Sega NAOMI and noticed that the voltage reading on my JAMMA adaptor is ~4.7, sometimes dropping to 4.6 during game play. I am slowly dismantling the cab to give it a good clean/repaint where necessary so I figured I could do the same for ...
- July 18th, 2019, 5:29 pm
- Forum: Arcade Games & Artwork
- Topic: Marquee Group Order (Uni/NNC/Blast, Aero, NAC, AWSD/E2/3) ***CLOSED***
- Replies: 1494
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The gel coat repair kit shop page had this video demonstration: https://www.hasntfiguredouthowtoembedyoutubeproperly.com/watch?v=6_Y1UavwhzI It does include some polishing compound, but is it just me or does the sanded area really stand out on the video when they are finished? Might need to wet sand...
Yeah ok, hopefully it won't need it and it's just flexing over the years that caused cracks on the gel coat side only. If it's just the gel coat, I will burr out the cracks and use this RAL 9002 gel coat repair kit: https://www.ecfibreglasssupplies.co.uk/product/gelcoat-repair-kit-63-grey-white-ral-...
:lol: When I get the chance to properly test the entire cab with a Sega Naomi I recently purchased, I will inspect the inside of the cab to see if it's just the gel coat that is cracked. If so, I might just burr out the crackcs with a dremel and use a gel coat patch repair kit typically bought for b...
https://i.imgur.com/CXf3XLj.jpg https://i.imgur.com/P8QopiR.jpg I recently received my first candy and there are visible cracks underneath the control panel. I will drill the ends of each crack with a small drill bit to prevent it from worsening. I am thinking of routing out the cracks with a small...
- July 3rd, 2019, 11:00 pm
- Forum: Insert Coin
- Topic: Introduce yourself here!
- Replies: 4328
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Thomas from UK here. Recently purchased a Blast City as my first cabinet and have been getting my hands dirty. Hopefully over the summer I will have a clean cabinet brought back to life