Tim Arnold--How I Became a Pinhead, Page 2
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Flip Tips for the non-recovering addict!  How to
spot a doggie (woof) machine before spending 25 cents.  A lot of games out
there are poorly maintained!  Here's how to tell!  Look at the rear leg
levelers!  If more than 1-1/2 inches, signals lightning drain!  Visably sight
align the back box!  Any major leaning is easy to see!  STAY AWAY!  A black
dirty playfield with tattered rubber says the operator won't take care of his
equipment!  Filthy glass or bent under legs mean location won't keep machine
clean or safe from morons--a bad sign!!  Spilled beverage, uknown crusty stuff!
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