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  1. Today I picked up a very nice Atari Video Pinball cab, but it has one issue: The plunger doesn't work. All the other controls work and I can get into a game, but it won't respond to the plunger being pulled and released. I knew this when I got the game and the previous owner said he got voltage at the plunger connector and the fact the rest of the controls work leads me to think the optical sensor is kaput. Is there a fix or replacement for this part? Other than that, it is a really nice machine and I am really wanting to play it! Thanks!
  2. Mum and Dad bought me an Atari Flashback 3 as a Christmas/graduation present. I know that it was primarily bought as a way of making amends with Dad. He loves playing 2 player asteroids and Air-Sea Battle, and since I have the consoles at my house, this was a way for me to quickly bond with him after all these college years. Thing is, it's being a bit finicky. Video Checkers is a nightmare to get working, and I still haven't figured it out. Is it really that more complex than Activision Checkers? The major problem so far is that some games tend to "hang" and crash the system. Video Pinball and the monster variations of starship will crash the system upon starting, the latter a little less predictably. The only remedy I've found is to simply restart the system, or to start Video Pinball before attractive mode starts to cycle into the dark brown and greys. If I don't, half the screen turns into vertical lines of garble. Has anyone else seen this? I can't seem to "fix" this. Do I have a defective console?
  3. Get a jump start on your Atari collection with this great lot sale! --Sold as a lot only --Buyer to pay for shipping --Please make a reasonable offer . . . --PM or email offers for quickest response All boxed and with manuals - --Atari 1200 XL Home Computer --Atari 410 Program Recorder --Atari 1050 Disk Drive --Atari Programmer Kt with Basic --Games (Pengo, Rosen's Brigade, Target Practice) --(2) joysticks Atari Video Pinball (Pong) --model c-380 --with instruction manual, but no box Atari 2600 Console (nearly new - boxed with manuals, plastic, etc . . . Only used a handful of times) Atari 2600 Games --Real Sports Football - Factory sealed --Battlezone - Factory sealed --Galaxian - Factory sealed --Basketball - Factory sealed --Real Sports Volleyball - Factory sealed --Dig Dug - Factory sealed --Jr. Pac Man - Factory sealed --Circus Atari - Factory sealed --Phoenix - Factory sealed --Asteroids - opened, box + manual --Missle Command - cart only --Defender - cart only --Space Invaders - cart only --Combat - cart only --Baseball - cart only --Football - cart only, no label --Colleco Donkey Kong - cart only
  4. Hey guys, thought you'd like this. I teamed up with local YouTuber T_O for a series of old school video game pinball videos. The first one was released today, and we play the best in pinball simulation from 1978: https://youtu.be/k9eIuK2XEg4
  5. Ive got a wood grain Atari Video Pinball C-380 that used to play in normal color but now only comes up in Black & White. What would cause the color to stop being output? There is no Color / B&W switch on it. It is set up on a manual 3 position switch box that works fine. Picture attached here of it working in a built up Atari Console rack I put together for the Museum of Art and Digital Entertainment museum - The MADE - an all playable Video Game Museum in Oakland, CA. Any ideas?
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