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Author Topic: Where to find buttons: iL PSL-L Translucent with Black Concave Plunger?  (Read 414 times)

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obizues

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I'm looking on paradise and they don't have any left in stock and says they won't until "2050" and I haven't gotten a response from the owners regarding if they are planning on refilling.

Does anyone else know where else I could get these?

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I'm pretty sure they order them by the thousands.  They ran out on me and it took a few weeks to get them back in stock.
 Just call them and ask.  The 2050 thing is not accurate.  They will get them back..

FWIW:  Order some extras - I managed to break some
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If you managed to break an arcade button it must be high quality. :laugh2:

Real arcade buttons are practically indestructible. Buy real arcade buttons. Forget the blinky garbage.

All it adds is complication and cost at the expense of durability and game play quality. The controls are the most important part of your build. The way they play will determine how much fun you get out of your machine. You won't care how blinky your cab is if it is no fun to play



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To be fair - I broke 1 putting the switches in/out..  Just the little retaining pins.  My dog got one and thought it would be fun to chew on too...
Once they are all installed - I would say they are indestructible too!   :applaud:
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