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# 31480 19-Mar-2009 07:22
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Hi everyone
Hoping someone can help me out, or point me in the right direction. 
I'm looking for someone who can repair arcade machines.  I have a street fighter cabinet that needs a bit of maintanence and also a pinball machine that needs looking at.  
Anyone know of someone in the Auckland area who can help me out?
Cheers
BOB

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  # 202081 19-Mar-2009 07:57
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Phil Hannon in West Auckland is great and also Phil Ward over in Glenfield for pinballs.



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  # 202083 19-Mar-2009 08:05
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hey man.  Thanks for that.  You don't happen to have any contact details for them do you?  

 
 
 
 


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  # 202085 19-Mar-2009 08:11
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Sorry haven't got my phone on me but they are both easy to find in the White pages, if you don't have any luck reply here and I will get then for you.

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  # 202108 19-Mar-2009 10:05

yea, Phil Ward for your pinballs. He leases them so also will have a yellow pages ad.

whats wrong with the upright?



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  # 202180 19-Mar-2009 14:49
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The tube is poked on it. You able to help?

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  # 202342 20-Mar-2009 12:06

not if the tube is poked. u can buy second hand or new.

try timezones operators - they used to have a building in newmarket back in the day when Martin Boggart was around.

should be both options avialable. dont pay too much, stuff 2nd hand is cheap as chips, full uprights 200 bucks

my gig was re-wiring and circuit board repairs for the century 21 stuff

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