Medieval Madness playfield ES 
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MM playfield as it arrived.Still somewhat populated with wireguides and bumper bodies.T nuts also.
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MM playfield as it arrived.Still somewhat populated with wireguides and bumper bodies.T nuts also.
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There is some teardown damage to   deal with.Chunk taken out at the post locations behind the left troll target.
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There is some teardown damage to deal with.Chunk taken out at the post locations behind the left troll target.
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Shooter lane is  chipping and has ground in dirt.
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Shooter lane is chipping and has ground in dirt.
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I have  stripped the parts off the playfield and  can now  fully  clean and evaluate the playfield.
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I have stripped the parts off the playfield and can now fully clean and evaluate the playfield.
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On the lower sections  there is the  typical splintering at the   switch cut outs from the numerous ball drops out of the wireform.
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On the lower sections there is the typical splintering at the switch cut outs from the numerous ball drops out of the wireform.
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Insert wear at the lower portion of the King Of Payne.
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Insert wear at the lower portion of the King Of Payne.
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More teardown damage at the post hole and wire guide junction.Also of note  there is isert bordering present on almost  every insert to some degree.Insert bordering is cracking in the screened colors  in the shape of the actual insert where the plastic and wood come together.It   runs through the art in a shape that does not match the  actual art and shows in the colors in the form of dark line.Some of this can be fixed in the process  some cannot depending on how involved the art  is at the  site of it as well as the color and  size of the detail present.
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More teardown damage at the post hole and wire guide junction.Also of note there is isert bordering present on almost every insert to some degree.Insert bordering is cracking in the screened colors in the shape of the actual insert where the plastic and wood come together.It runs through the art in a shape that does not match the actual art and shows in the colors in the form of dark line.Some of this can be fixed in the process some cannot depending on how involved the art is at the site of it as well as the color and size of the detail present.
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