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How to fix a broken screen on Ms. Pacman (Midway) arcade
On my Midway Ms. Pacman arcade machine, when I turn it on, the very left part of the screen is near the center and then every other part of the screen is compressed into one pixel. The part that is ...
Oct 2 '10 at 21:17
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