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    What is this part found in my cabinet?

    I just found this in the bottom of my cabinet. Any ideas what it is? Itís from my stern Spiderman

    Thanks!


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    On close inspection it looks like itís broken...




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    Looks like part of the flipper assembly. The bit that activates the EOS switch.

    For Example : https://www.marcospecialties.com/pin...ts/515-7203-00
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    You are right itís from the upper flipper! Thanks!

    How does this work? Will it do damage if I play without this in there?


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    Quote Originally Posted by ozdave View Post
    You are right it’s from the upper flipper! Thanks!

    How does this work? Will it do damage if I play without this in there?


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    I had the same thing last year with my Stern Pirates,can still play it but i wouldn't.
    You might overheat the flipper coil.

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    I was just watching a video that explains what this switch does. It switches the coil from high voltage to low voltage

    Better order some new parts

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    So I can buy just the link for this, but itís riveted on.

    https://www.marcospecialties.com/pin...ts/515-7257-00

    Can anyone advise how do I do these rivets? Is it easy, or should I just get the whole assembly to save the hassle?

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    I have now fixed this. Itís not riveted on as I thought, just screwed.

    Much thanks to ddstoys for sending me the right part, a very easy fix as a result!

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