I have a "Rope It Up" Arcade Game.... It's about rodeo... Any way this crudly built table was made in 1993-1995. Only 5 were made. I have dusted it off, cleaned it up, and all works well other than the "timer display" wont stop when the button is pushed. Tearing into the "box of wires" I see this circuit board which appear to have come "un-glued"... under where it was glued was a small voltage regulator that was bolted to the box. Now the circuit board and the regulator both have 3 male prongs.... well i messed around with it till I blew up the old regulator, bought another from radio shack, (the fella there did not even want to look at my "box of problems", or thinking I was just a silly ole girl I could not be helped) any how.... I now sit here with the parts and wonder, should the 3 prongs be touching each other, was there a female part connecting them, does it just "arc" to make a connection.... Oh, by the way, I dont know what Im talking about really..... there have been many men looking at it, scratching their heads telling me the tech names of these little gadgets. I was told the circuit board 3 prong connection is probably a condenser, all I know is when it's not plugged in, that thing will still spark ..... whew... gettin kinda jumpy here in the sticks, lookin for any help other than driving 4 hours to take it to a pro.... any ideas??