We went to pick up the KISS pinball machine from one of Jenn’s co-workers in Tehachapi, Calif. The machine was kept in a garage, which worried me a little. Still, the machine checked out. All of the circuit boards still worked properly, which is a huge relief for me. Upon initial inspection, there are a few things that need to be fixed. The door locks, pop bumper assemblies, leg bolts, rubbers, pinball, incline tilt ball, and the flippers need to be replaced. It could also use a good thorough cleaning. Notice how the bulb holes have soot above them? Low-power lamps can help that.