Elkhart Pinball Inc.

58211 Homer Ave.

Elkhart In 46517

Phone (574)-298-9800


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By Appointment ONLY 

Monday - Sunday

9 AM – 5 PM EST


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   1995 Sega Baywatch (Customers)

( We are selling this for a customer who is moving to Tennessee, and don't have room for it in his new house. )

SOLD on 09-17-18

This game is not Elkhart Pinball’s. This game belongs a customer to be given a complete check

up, we will remove all playfield plastic, ramps, light bulbs and posts, clean everything removed in

the ultrasonic cleaner, clean the playfield, polish it, and then reassemble the game, check all switches

for proper adjustment, install new light bulbs, check all the bulbs to make sure there are no shorts in

the lamp matrix. Then we will reassemble the ramps, playfield plastic set and check switches and lamps again to make sure they work properly.

Repaired Power Supply GI, GI on PPB Board, DMD Display Power Plug.

3 AAA Batteries removed and converted over to a NVRAM by

These modules use CYPRESS F-RAM nvram ICs rated at 151-year data retention & 100 trillion reads/writes. So no more changing or leaking batteries very great idea.

New parts installed 4 Flipper coil stops, 4 plunger and link, 4 bushings, 2 Flipper Bats, 18 coil sleeves..

We can do as little or as much to a pinball machine, what ever the customer wants.

Before     RECONDITIONING        After
Before Close up pictures
 of playfield After
Before Ultrasonic
 Cleaning After

3 AAA Batteries removed and

So no more changing or 

converted over to a NVRAM

leaking batteries very great idea.


Various nvram memory modules / adapters, otherwise known as "battery eliminators" -- for pinball and arcade machines. No more changing batteries. Your high scores and settings are saved without the need for any batteries, so you can remove the batteries from your game once and for all!

To find what NVRAM is compatible with your game, please see the compatibility list for each NVRAM module on the product details page. In general, early solid state pinball machines from the late 70s through early 80s used a 5101 NVRAM Module. Many arcade games during this time period would use a 5114 NVRAM Module. Alphanumeric and DMD pinball games from the mid 80s through early 90s would typically use either a 6116 NVRAM Module or 6264 NVRAM Module.

BEFORE  Repair Power Supply, PPB Board, 
And DMD Display Power Plug    AFTER

Thanks for looking

John Freel

Elkhart Pinball Inc.

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