This article is from the Pinball FAQ, by Andy Oakland sao@REMOVETOREPLY.mit.edu with numerous contributions by others.
Two-Bit Score Amusements provides circuit board repairs for Bally, Stern,
Williams, Sega, and Data East pins after 1977. Can supply and install
game and sound ROMs; sells reprinted shop manuals with schematics as well
as specialized testing chips and text fixtures.
Austin, Texas. (512) 447-8888 (voice), (512) 447-8895 (FAX)
URL: " HTTP://www.twobit.com/ "
Eldorado Products sells copies of manuals and old video game parts.
Long Beach, California. (714) 535-3300 (voice)
Joel Cook and Vickie Huisenga (aka The Pinball Lizard) do board repairs for
all brands of solid state pinballs, and provide tech assistance for EMs.
They also sell parts and basic pinball supplies, and a wonderful series
of reprinted magazine articles on pinball repair.
Tucson, AZ. (520) 323-7496 (voice) [9:00AM - 9:00PM MST],
Colorado Game Exchange sells whole machines (both pinball and video,
we'll forgive them for the latter), though their quality can vary.
The "Pinball Paradise" specializes in 60's and 70's electromechanical
machines. They can provide parts, schematics, manuals, and advice.
701-C Escobar St. Martinez, CA 94553
(510) 229-9688 (voice), (510) 229-9106 (fax)
URL: " http://nlcomp.com/pp.htm "