Fixed the Power Supply for my Robotron so now I can take the Switcher out and put it back to 100% original. Another Get Well Kit from Bob Roberts did the trick along with re-soldering the connectors.
If you have a Williams game and are having intermittent problems with the game resetting, then it wouldn't hurt to get one of Bob's Get Well Kits and Re-solder the connectors.
Two more Williams games and everything should be up and running in my Williams row! I have a monitor problem with Stargate which goes out occasionally, have to determine if it's the monitor or a board problem. The other problem is with my Make Trax that when you bump the machine the video distorts. The Max Trax problem is probably something loose.
If you own a GameCube you may be interested in the News release that Twin Galaxies just put out.
Here is the news release from Twin Galaxies
GameCube Players to Win listings in Official Video Game & Pinball Book of Records
GameCube superstars will have their chance to make it into Twin
Galaxies' Official Video Game & Pinball Book of World Records as five
big summer contests are being conducted to find the best players on
Resident Evil, Super Smash Brothers Melee, Wave Race Blue Storm, Super Monkey Ball and Simpson Road Rage.
Conducted as high-score contests, the summer long tournament invites players to submit videotapes of their best performances before the
September 2, 2002 deadline. The top ten scores on each game will be featured in the next edition of the Book of Records which will be issued later this year.
"We wanted to make sure that the top GameCube players had a shot at getting into the Book of Records before the deadline on Monday,
September 2nd," explains Walter Day, Chief Scorekeeper at the Twin
Galaxies Intergalactic Scoreboard, sponsor of the event and publisher of
the Book of Records.
Twin Galaxies' Board of Scoreboard Editors and Referees are conducting the events under the adminstration of Robert Mruczek, of Brooklyn, NY, who is Twin Galaxies' Chief Referee. "We asked our board of referees to select contest games that they know like the back of their hands, so that the judging process would be completely accurate and free of error," says Mruczek, who, himself, will be judging a series of contests on the Dreamcast and N-64 platforms.
"The GC championships are expected to draw competitors from every part of the world," says GameCube Referee Matt Leto, of Ohio, who will be supervising most of the GC events. "The editors of the Book of Records delayed the record book for many months so we would have a chance to get these GameCube Champions into the forthcoming edition;" says Leto. "It wouldnt be the same without them."
To see more details and the rules, go to: http://www.twingalaxies.com and read about the Summer Contests 2002.