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Road burner arcade game

My road burner arcade game steers to the left all the time, so i pushed the test button and on the screen was a way to bring the clutch,tilt,andsteering back to 000. the motorcycle tilt zeroed and the clutch zeroed but the steering will not zero. i found the part i need under the fake speedometer.
sp1nb1a502wo16 5k(ohms)
new england instrument

now i need to know where to get the part?
radio shack and all other electronic parts stores do not carry this part.

lost and don't know where to go

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Call Amusement Distributors of Texas @ 1-800-210-8458, and tell them exactly what you have, and what you need. Make sure you talk to Mike.

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