DIY Repair Information
Do you have a pinball machine that needs a little TLC? There are lots of resources on the Internet that can help you repair your own machine.
- PinRepair.com – The granddaddy of online pinball repair sites, this now mainly focuses on electromechanical (EM) games and solid state (SS) games built through the mid 1980’s.
- PinWiki.com – Picking up where PinRepair.com leaves off, this site includes highly detailed information on Williams/Bally WPC dot-matrix-display (DMD) games built through the late 1990’s and modern Stern games through the 2010’s. It also includes tons of other useful pages for pinball machine owners.
You’ll need to buy parts for your pinball machine, ranging from simple rubbers and light bulbs to ramps, plastics, and circuit boards. Internet to the rescue again! Here are some well known online vendors… shop around for both price and availability.
- Bay Area Amusements
- For Amusement Only
- K’s Arcade
- Marco Specialties
- Pinball Life
- Pinball Resource
Local Repair Professionals
Got a problem you can’t tackle on your own? Get in touch with a professional for some help.
- Premier Amusements – Tim Peterson – 443-450-4445
“Pinball Machine & Video Arcade Sales & Service with a Personal Touch”
$75 off service for FSPA members
- Professional Amusements, LLC – Roland Joyal – 703-481-1313 or TOLL FREE 1-877-4-PINBALL
“Have been offering discounts on new, used, and as-is specials to FSPA players for years!”
The FSPA in no way guarantees quality of products or services listed on this page, though we won’t list any providers that we believe offer poor service.