Repairs and Services


Repairs or restoration of antique slot machines can be time consuming and confusing, sometimes frustrating. If you find yourself in need of assistance or are looking for someone to do your antique repairs or restoration, then give us a try. We are able to do repairs or full restorations on antique slot machines, repairs on electro-mechanical (E/M) machines and have experience on the newer models.

Our shop is  located in the North Seattle, Washington area. We offer expert repair services at reasonable prices. Our customers come from all areas of the United States. Please feel free to contact us for all of your repair needs at info

Prior to starting a repair, an evaluation of requirements will be done and an estimate provided so you will know up front the expected price range. We may be able to provide a rough estimate if you can provide photos and a good explanation of the problem. The better the quality of your pictures and the more details you can provide then the more accurate the “ballpark” figure will be.

If you are seeking repairs on your Pinball machine, we have an expert that repairs these in East Everett WA., contact us and we will forward his information to you.


If you are looking for assistance in doing your own repairs, please join our Forum  membership is required and must be approved prior to posting, this is necessary to keep spammers away so that your experience is more pleasant. We have many manuals available on our site for sale to assist those that want to do their own repairs and maintenance. Some of these manuals are very rare and extremely difficult to find.


In addition to repair and restoration services we can assist you in duplicating your EPROMS including bipolar PROMS and PAL’s. We give you the option of including the EPROM, PROM with your master or we will locate the correct device for you. In some cases older PROMS are near impossible to locate. In cases such as this we will return all items sent.

We also have repair services for the Bally E-Series printed circuit boards and some great tips on repairing the reel reader boards and power supplies on our Bally E-Series Tip page

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