Pinball Rehab

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Shop Job
In the old days, a shop job to a route guy meant a quick cleaning and waxing (using a cleaner/waxer) and a basic verification that the machine was working enough to make money. The tech was typically expected to complete about three to four of these in a day. Nowadays, there is a lot of confusion in regards to the definition of a shop job. So be wary when you buy a pinball that has supposedly been shopped. A good shop job will cost $200-600* and takes, on average, 16 hours. On the...
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