|You will need a digital
camera and a fairly large memory stick. I take an average of
200 pictures before and during the teardown. I use the highest
resolution on my camera. I do this so I can zoom in on a section
if I need to see details. Also, make sure you take pictures
from multiple angles. There are lots of parts on a pinball machine
that you can only see from one side, the more pictures the better.
Also, as you are taking ramps and assemblies off of your machine
you will reveal parts you can’t normally see. Take pictures
of your progress. I load the pictures as I go on a laptop and
keep the laptop nearby my main table. I also use the laptop
to listen to the XM comedy channel while I work.