Welcome to Florida Pinball Shark restoration and repair services. I have been restoring pinball machines since 1999. Make your game look and play like new! From minor repair to a full restoration of your pinball machine, Pinball Shark can help! See the Services page for more information.
Guns N’ Roses was brought in recently, fixed, and picked up the same day. It had some minor issues. The right sling shot was chattering, there were a few bulbs not working, and I found quite a few loose screws … Continue reading →
Funhouse is a special game. One of the last of the alpha numeric display games for Williams, Funhouse has that genius combination of theme, toys, music and game play that all come together for one of the best games in … Continue reading →
You don’t see too many Fireball II’s. There were only 2300 made and I wonder how many are still left in the world. This one came in for typical service, but I did find some rather interesting hacks that needed … Continue reading →
Star Trek came back for a few repairs over the weekend. I worked on this game four years ago and made a little post about it back then. It had a problems that developed recently. Such as the top saucer … Continue reading →
I finished this game today. It was brought in non-working. As with all Gottlieb System 1 games, it needed all the power supply and MPU connectors re-pinned with new parts. 8 connectors and 80 pins! That got the game up … Continue reading →
Fixed a Twilight zone today. I never forget to do this, but I actually forgot to take a photo of this game. No matter, as this repair was almost the same as the Bride of Pinbot I fixed earlier this … Continue reading →
Recently finished repairing a Williams Firepower from 1980. This one had been in storage for a while and needed some help. There were a few display issues, some solenoids didn’t work, the flippers were weak, and it needed a good … Continue reading →
A Bride of Pinbot, The Machine, was brought to me that wouldn’t boot up. She needed some repair for sure. The first thing to do is to check the voltages. I discovered the 5 volt was missing. I found the … Continue reading →
This one turned out great. See the photos! Below is the “done” list. She’s a beauty! – New apron and target sticker set. – New translite. – New translite lift channel. – New flipper bats (3). – New flipper link and … Continue reading →
This is my restored Space Shuttle with many new parts and my custom shaker motor installed (watch for the camera shake during multiball). This is a complete restoration including a playfield swap with a new CPR playfield all done by me. The Pinball Shark. If you have a game you want restored, contact me.