Periodic servicing of your Bingo System should include cleaning, polishing and light bulb replacement.
Caution: Always unplug the console and flashboard before performing any type of maintenance.

Recommended cleaning agents for the console and flashboard are as follows:


Console, Painted Metal Surface


Use a mild soap solution or mild cleanser. Harsh cleansers or solvents may damage the paint or lettering. Follow with an automotive-style polish for additional protection.

Caution: The front of the flashboard acrylic is a painted surface.

 


Console and Flashboard, Acrylic Surfaces


Use only a mild soap solution such as liquid detergent with a clean soft cloth for best results and protection of the surfaces. Ammonia based cleaners may dull the acrylic.

 


Caller Monitor


Use a mild soap solution or window cleaner and a clean soft cloth. Do not use abrasive cleaners. Avoid excessive moisture and wipe dry. Do not clean while power is on.

 


Flashboard, Brass Anodized Aluminum Extruded and Painted Metal Surfaces


Use a mild soap solution or mild cleanser. Harsh cleansers or solvents may damage the paint or lettering. Follow with an automotive-style polish for additional protection.

 


Bingo Balls


Clean with a mild soap solution such as a liquid detergent and warm water (not hot water). Harsh cleaners or solvents may damage finish or lettering. Dry the balls thoroughly using a towel. Insert towel-dried balls into a paper bag with a small amount of talcum powder, agitate the balls and shake off the excess powder.

 


Static Treatment


Lightly spray anti-static aerosol compound over the blower base pan foam and inside the blower chamber windows to eliminate static.

Caution: Be sure not to apply anti-static compound to the ball-catcher acrylic tube- this may cause the ball tube to shatter. Perform this treatment every few months or when you notice balls sticking together or to the windows.

Inspect the anti-static tinsel surrounding the two side of the blower base pan assembly. If torn or worn, replace with Arrow Item No. # 41208 Anti-Static Tinsel.

Use vacuum with wand attachment to clean ball chute and inside both cabinet doors.

 


Changing Console Laminate Panels


Should you decide to change the appearance of the console, it may be done quickly and easily.

Removing Laminate Panels:

  1. Remove the two screws securing each of the four trim pieces.
  2. Gently pull the laminate panels off allowing the Velcro to release starting at the top.

Replacing Laminate Panels:

  1. Select proper piece, setting the bottom edge in place. Gently place top edge in place.
  2. Replace the four trim pieces

 

For additional questions, please call the Technical Assistance Centre (800) 387.7621.