Contacting me

Thank you for taking the time to contact me. 
 
The Arcade Restoration Workshop has a fairly advanced search option, so please try that before you contact me!
 
My time is limited so please make sure you include as much detail as you can.  I will try to respond as soon as I can, but it could take some time, please keep that in mind when writing.
 
NOTE: I am not Bob Roberts, I only have technical information from him on my site to allow more exposure to that excellent information.  If you're looking for parts, please visit his site or one of the other many sites that also sell parts. 
 
Here are some answers to common questions:

Question:

My arcade game is broken, how much do you charge to fix it? 

Answer:

Sorry, I do not fix games for other people since this is only a hobby for me.   If you are local to Arizona, you can go to the forums and sign up there and you can either find someone to help you locally or you can watch for one of the Repair Parties that we do throughout the year. 

Question:

How much do you charge to restore a game?

Answer:

Sorry, I do not restore games for other people since this is only a hobby for me. If you are local to Arizona, you can go to the forums and sign up there and you can either find someone to help you locally or you can watch for one of the Repair Parties that we do throughout the year.

Question:

How much is my game worth?

Answer:

That is a complicated question.  Games can range from $50 into the thousands depending on location, condition, what game it is, how rare it is, how desirable it is, etc...  A game like Make Trax, you can probably get for $50 to $100 in pretty much any condition.  A game like Quantum you'll spend around $3,500 or more for.
 
My best advice is to search Google, CL, eBay and KLOV  for prices and post a message on KLOV.
 
 
Thank You! 
 
 
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