Pinball Reliability from an Operators Viewpoint
Kirk and Ryan Wanger discussing reliability in pinball machines and the challenge of keeping his many pinball machines operational in the field.
Join Kirk and Ryan as they discuss how Ryan became the owner and operator of many pinball machines, the value of reliability in pinball machines, and the challenges of keeping them reliable in the field.
- The history pinball electronics and reliability how the numbers of circuit boards and how technical changes are making them more reliable.
- Reliability considerations when acquiring a pinball machine and the new pinball machine companies reliability issues and the reliability learning curve.
- The long life of pinball machines and how Ryan has replaced older components with newer technology for higher reliability.
Enjoy an episode of Speaking of Reliability. Where you can join friends as they discuss reliability topics. Join us as we discuss topics ranging from design for reliability techniques, to field data analysis approaches.
Ryan Wanger owns and operates Comet Pinball, a company that sells LED retrofit kits and replacement lamps for pinball machines.
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