Arcade Games From The Inside Out: A compilation of articles on technical topics published in the Leisure Line Magazine.

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 Arcade Games From The Inside Out, regular columns by Norbert Snicer, featuring technical topics on Arcade Games were published in the Leisure Line Magazine from August 1995 to July 1998. They aimed to provide a practical advice for the amusement machine operators and technicians on troubleshooting, maintenance and setting up of arcade games! Simplified system diagrams offer a straight forward reference, essential for an efficient troubleshooting of the more complex machines like the Daytona, Sega Rally or the Namco Alpine Surfer. The topics on pinball machines include troubleshooting Switch Matrix in the WPC System, troubleshooting solenoids, common flipper problems, introduction to the Williams Bally WPC 95 System and others. The articles also deal with electronic coin acceptors, credit boards and provide tips for an efficient troubleshooting.

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