Many are for the classic games (preJAMMA). And, many are for the more modern JAMMA games. Many work, but some are only good for parts.
Let me know the titles you are looking for, and I will send you a quote.
Send me an email for title and pricing inquiries: email@example.com
PCBs are shipped free by USPS Parcel Post. Your PCB will be packed with the best of care.
Of course, if you are local you may drop by my shop, test the PCB yourself, and save the shipping time.
If you are a custom built multicade customer, you may want us to install your favorite JAMMA game board(s) into your multicade cabinet. Then, in addition to being able to play the multicade games list, you can also enjoy some of your other favorite JAMMA games.
Be sure to ask about our exclusive JAMMA game PCB plug-and-play option for your multicade.
And, be sure to check out my eBay store, that is where all of my PCBs will eventually be listed for sale.
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PCB Ordering, Shipping and General Information:
1. JAMMA indicates that the PCB was manufactured to a standard that would allow a 56-pin JAMMA harness edge connector to fit any JAMMA PCB. Meaning that almost any cabinet manufactured after about 1985 provides for PCB interchangeability.
Generally then, you can plug-and-play any JAMMA PCB in any cabinet with a JAMMA wiring harness. Exceptions occur when additional connectors are required to accomodate extra buttons and more than two players.
2. The descriptive term working means that the PCB was removed from a working game, then wrapped in bubble sheet and stored. Before shipment, the PCB will again be tested in a game or test fixture to assure that it is still working. So, to the best of my knowledge, the PCB will be working when it is shipped.
3. Returns are not accepted, and there is no warranty that the PCB will be working when it is received. I offer statements of condition - working or not working - merely as a guide, but not as a guarantee.
4. I pack the PCBs very carefully in anti-static foam sheet, because they are very sensitive and delicate. Especially, the ones with sockets and plug-in chips, which includes just about all of the classic game PCBs.
Sometimes, the slightest static, vibration, board flex, and/or oxidation can cause problems with the plug-in chips. I have had a number of PCBs that were working when stored, but were not working when pulled for use.
It should be easy to understand how a PCB could be working when shipped, but due to handling during shipping, unpacking, and installation, it would not be working when powered up.
5. Furthermore, serious mistakes can be made when installing a PCB. For example, before you power-up a replacement PCB, be sure that:
- the game power supply is operating correctly at 5.05VDC,
- the edge connector is positioned, aligned, clean, and seated properly,
- the PCB is not touching any materials that might short out its circuits, and
- never connect, or disconnect, the harness edge connector to the PCB while the game power is on.
6. Here are a few more PCB protection tips:
- it is a good precaution to use a surge protector for your game,
- make sure that your cabinet has an AC line filter and fuse,
- vacuum the dust off the PCB every few months,
- space multi-board PCBs far enough apart (about 1") to allow air circulation, and
- improve air circulation with a computer fan directed at the PCB.
7. Also, never touch a PCB until you have first static discharged yourself. Leave the PCB in its anti-static covering until it is ready to be installed in the cabinet.
8. If you purchase a working PCB from me, but it does not work when received; then, contact me by email, and I will try to help you diagnose the problem.