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Journey Arcade Game Restore Part 1 - MCR harness and power supply - Crimping AMP connector pins
Journey Restoration Part 2 - How to rebuild an MCR Power Supply - MCR RESET LINE repair
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- I just bought a Tron cabinet. It's missing so much stuff :/ I'm really going to be pulling a lot of research from your videos and just wanted to thank you so much for your time. I've watched this full restore twice :)
- Questions....:how much is your electric bill?where did you learn all your arcade knowledge?how did you know that was a journey cabinet?
- Hey John I priced the wire crimping tool on Amazon and almost had a heart attack when I saw the price of $135. Wow man never let those go.
- You could have had the trackball hole in the original control panel welded up. It is just a matter of cutting out a circle of sheet metal that's the same size as the trackball hole, welding it in there flush (use magnets to hold it in the hole flush until it's tack welded in place), grinding the welds down flat, and then skimming the seam with Bondo. It would have been cheaper than a reproduction control panel, and it would have been original to the machine.