Mr. Pinball Tip:

If you have tried repairing a screw hole that has stripped out, you probably used toothpicks jammed in the hole. If that doesn't seem to hold, try drilling a 1/4 inch hole in the playfield and gluing a 1/4 inch dowel flush with the playing surface. After the glue has dried, drill a pilot hole in the new wood and reinstall the parts. If all else fails, use a "T" nut available at most hardware stores.

Jim Platt

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