1994 Bally World Cup Soccer - Sold

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World Cup Soccer is a great game. It is great for the family and/or soccer enthusiasts. This game came out of a home and was well maintained. It works 100%.

This game has been restored and carefully taken apart, cleaned and put back together. All parts were tested to ensure they work by themselves and in game play. New LEDs, posts, rubbers, clear plastics, plastic protects, plastic set, soccer ball, Cliffy protectors, power daughterboard, and more were restored. Flippers are rebuilt as well as the bumpers.

The pictures have been taken with the glass off to get a better picture.

This game comes with a printed manual.

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Back glass is nice with LEDs (GI and flashers).

 

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Beautiful.

 

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Near when I first got the game. I was excited and added LEDs to backglass.

 

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Welcome to my home, WCS!

 

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My pet peeve. I dislike stickers for the company that sold the game or last fixed it. I remove these. I use a magnet business card that I show below and place inside the door. It is not permanent and leaves no marks.

 

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Sticker removed. I will clean as best I can. The paper inserts will also be replaced with pretty colorful inserts.

 

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Batteries replaced. Correct game rom version. Boards and connectors all in nice condition.

 

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Boards were lose.

 

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My magnet business card added inside the coin door. No permanent marks.

 

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WPC Power Fix Daughtboard will be added to clean up 5 volt power to MPU.

 

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Daughterboard installed above batteries to the right (J210)

 

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All lights worked on this game. J120 and J121 which are usually crispy were in very good condition. When I replace lights with LEDs, I will reduce the power consumption on the game. This is the before shot with regular lights.

 

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After with LEDs.

 

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Backbox with LEDs. I did not take a picture of the backbox with regular lights. I was too anxious to get started.

 

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Play field is nice.

 

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Soccer ball will be replaced.

 

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The cabinet is nice. There is a slight mark on the right side of the soccer ball near the player's armpit.

 

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This side is nice.

 

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This plastic is broken. The "assist" hole has a lot of wear at the top, This will be covered by a Cliffy protector.

 

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The header plastic is cracked.

 

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The soccer ball will be replaced.

 

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This hole will also get a Cliffy.

 

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This hole will also get a Cliffy.

 

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Top hole shown again.

 

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All controlled lights replaced under the play field. GI lights will be replaced on top of the play field after each section is cleaned.

 

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This picture and the two below show the purple saucer plastic that will be replaced.

 

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New inserts.

 

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Old on the left; new on the right.

 

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Insert replaced.

 

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Insert replaced.

 

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Insert replaced.

 

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Take the apron off to clean and add the trough Cliffy protector. I thought adding the trough Cliffy protector would be simple. As I show in the next 10,000 photos, most of the right side had to be removed to add the trough Cliffy protector.

 

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It was not too dirty.

 

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Some dirt.

 

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Under the hardware it was dirty.

 

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Dirt.

 

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Clean.

 

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This is where the trough protector goes. The metal guide has to be removed.

 

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The trough Cliffy protector.

 

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I will remove the ramps.

 

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There are two magnets on this game. I used magnet fuses from a set I bought for Addams Family. May be overkill but would prefer to have the magnets better protected.

 

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Magnet fuse.

 

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Magnet fuse will be aded between these connectors.

 

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Magnet fuse added.

 

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I have always marked the connectors with numbers to ensure I reconnect properly. Starting with Demolition Man, I started marking the holes with the connector numbers to ensure I put them back in the correct hole.

 

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Starting to take the ramps off.

 

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Bottom right ramp roemoved first.

 

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Right lower ramp removed.

 

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Before the top ramp can be removed, the 3 lights and plastic need to be replaced. Note that the clear plast on the ramp facing left is incorrect and should be facing right and be above the wire ramp.

 

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Yellow lights removed.

 

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Plastic removed.

 

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Before the top raamp can be removed, the diverter needs to be removed. I took off the top part and later took it out of the coil. I should have just moved it out of the coil now to save time.

 

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The E clip needs to be removed. Then the two items below it.

 

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In order to remove the top ramp, screws and such need to be removed. I put them back in the same place so I do not lose them. I also replace much of the hardware to be shiny new. (I use the perfectly good used items on repairs when I need an additional screw or nut or bolt and shiny new is not important.)

 

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Removing top ramp.

 

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But missed two connectors hidden behind an opto board.

 

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Top ramp removed.

 

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Remove wire ramp next.

 

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Wire ramp being removed.

 

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In order to get the lower ramp off, the top of the soccer goal needs to be moved.

 

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This plastic also needs to be removed. This will be one of the last plastics to be replaced later.

 

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I need to remove the diverter post anyway. So I should have just done it initially.

 

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These two ramp screws need to be removed to remove the lower ramp. The clear plastic will need to be moved out of the way.

 

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plastic moved out of the way.

 

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Left ramp screw removed.

 

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Right ramp screw removed.

 

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A 3/32" allen wrench loosens the diverter shaft.

 

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I mark the bottom side with a sharpie and leave at the bottom of the game. I also mark where the shaft passes through the hole with a sharie so I can more easily line up when I replace.

 

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All ramps removed including the left lock area.

 

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Play field before restoration.

 

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Now I remove the right ball entry "coin toss" area.

 

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I need to remove the right sling which crosses above the left ball guide.

 

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Removed. Note that this metal guide is riveted t. the plastic. I replace with a new plastic and use a 4-40-1/4" bolt and a #40 nut to put back together. But when I did final testing, the ball would hit the nut. I used thread lock on both bolts. But I needed to remove the right 4-40x1/4" bolt and nut to allow the ball to travel freely. I will keep looking for a better solution since I do not rivet.

 

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This plastic also needs to be removed to get to the two wood screws near the light.

 

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My fingers are pointing to the wood screws.

 

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Removing lane guide.

 

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Cliffy switch protectors added. Note that there was wear above the right switch where the ball drops. I did an okay job with fixing it up and covering with mylar. Once all the game pieces are back, it is not even noticeable.

 

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Cliffy protector finally added.

 

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Ramps on the floor.

 

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Flipper bats, coils and asseblies replaced. Green super bands added.

 

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My plastic set did not have the plastic with this silk screened. So I needed to carefully remove from my existing plastic.

 

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I used clear drying glue to add to the new plastic.

 

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Working on the lower play field.

 

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First new plastic added.

 

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Second new plastic added.

 

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About to add Cliffy protector.

 

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Cliffy protector added. Note that the hole protectors are not metal but this ballistic plastic.

 

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Ball entry "coi toss" replaced.

 

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"Run" plastic and plastic protector added.

 

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Working my way up the left side.

 

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Note the difference between the new and old plastics.

 

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Top left plastic added.

 

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Cliffy hole protector will now be added.

 

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The wear is mostly on the left side of this hole.

 

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VUK removed. The loower nut cannot e removed with the VUK in place.

 

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Nuts removed from the two bolts.

 

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Through posts removed.

 

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Top area cleaned and Cliffy protector about to be added.

 

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Cliffy protector added and posts reinstalled.

 

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Nuts replaced.

 

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VUK replaced.

 

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Done.

 

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Will now work on this top left plastic.

 

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Goal top with broken screw holes and yellowed.

 

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Working on this top left area.

 

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About to add Cliffy protector.

 

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Cliffy protector added.

 

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Parts replaced.

 

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Goalie will be replaced.

 

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With a new ruber backing and decal.

 

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Replaced goalie.

 

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Cliffy protector added to goalie hole. I used green Cliffy posts everywhere on teh game except I used yellow for the goal posts.

 

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Cliffy protector will also be added to this hole.

 

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Cliffy protector added.

 

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Clear plastic protector added.

 

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Goalie plastic top rebuilt.

 

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Plastic replaced.

 

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Soccer ball will be replaced.

 

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New and old.

 

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Soccer ball removed.

 

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Based removed. I will clean under the base.

 

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Clean.

 

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Replaced.

 

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Now I will replace the 3 bumpers and top lane guides.

 

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Clean the dirt under the bumpers.

 

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Cleaned.

 

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Replacing the bumpers.

 

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Top area complete.

 

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Restored play field before the ramps are added back.

 

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Lock area and lower plastic ramp replaced.

 

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Top plastic ramps and wire ramp reinstalled.

 

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  1. We will NOT provide a warranty for the machine since we cannot be assured that a problem did not happen when you transported the machine. (As of August 1, 2014, we will no longer provide a warranty with our pinballs unless you purchase a separate warranty from us. A 1 year warranty is $500 or pay as you go if you even need it. If you buy it directly from us and take it home yourself, you will be inspecting it to ensure it works. If we deliver, we will ensure that it works 100% when delivered.)
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