Pinball Power Supply Rebuild Repair Capacitor Kit Bally Williams System 11B 11C

Pinball Power Supply Rebuild Repair Capacitor Kit Bally Williams System 11B 11C

  • $19.00


Pinball Power Supply Rebuild Repair Capacitor Kit Bally Williams System 11B and 11C

We only use high-quality Nichion, Panasonic, and SC new stock capacitors to ensure longevity and proper function of your game; these are not "new old stock" or cheaper “off-brand” capacitors brands like some other vendors use.  Caps which are no longer available commercially are specially ordered and manufactured to be used in our products on eBay and elsewhere.

Our commitment to quality, reasonable price, and customer service apparently upsets our competition; don't be misled or settle for less than the best!  :)

The color of the capacitors might change as we restock, but they will always be the same aforementioned fresh, brand name, quality parts; no off-brand or bargain caps.  

This kit will work for the following games:

System 11B: Taxi, Top Dawg, Jokerz, Earthshaker, Black Knight 2000, Police Force, Shuffle Inn, Transporter, Elvira and the Party Monsters, Bad Cats, Mousin' Around, Whirlwind


System 11C: Game Show, Rollergames, Pool Sharks, Diner, Radical, Riverboat Gambler, Bugs Bunny Birthday Ball, Dr. Dude

**If you have a Dr. Dude, look at your power supply carefully to make sure this kit fits!  Dr. Dude also used the "WPC" board system.  Feel free to email with any questions!**




This kit includes:

2 - 220uf/160V axial caps for C1& C3  (replaces NLA 150uf/160v caps)


1 - 100uf/50V radial cap for C7 


1 - 47uf/50V radial cap for C8 


1 - 1000uf/25V axial cap for C9 


1 - 18,000uf/25V axial cap for C10 


1 - 330uf/25V radial cap for C12

**If you need a radial (two leads coming out of bottom) or an axial (one lead on each side) cap instead of the one(s) listed, ask us and we might be able to substitute depending on what we have in stock.**

In some cases we will provide a higher voltage rating capacitor to replace one of your existing capacitors; as long as the voltage is equal to or greater than the original's voltage rating, it's fine to use.  Questions are always welcome.