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    Em flipper rebuild

    What do people use to knock out the plunger pin? Is there a special tool?

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    Quote Originally Posted by kimbleseven View Post
    What do people use to knock out the plunger pin? Is there a special tool?

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    Which pin are you talking about (pic)?


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    The pin that you bash outta the white part

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    use a pin punch https://www.bunnings.com.au/search/p...directFrom=Any

    dont hit it all the way out. just enough to get it out

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    Quote Originally Posted by wiredoug View Post
    use a pin punch https://www.bunnings.com.au/search/p...directFrom=Any

    dont hit it all the way out. just enough to get it out
    Ah ok. I have the punch set. I have been hitting it all the way out... i thought there was a gottlieb tool or something. Thanks lads.

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    leave just enough poking out so you can seat the new one on it . theres only 1 tap between perfect and wont fit

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    Learning the hard way. Lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by kimbleseven View Post
    The pin that you bash outta the white parthttps://uploads.tapatalk-cdn.com/201...1323c66ab0.jpg

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    What EM are they off all my Gotlieb machines have this style



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    Quote Originally Posted by Rob1966 View Post
    What EM are they off
    they're late EM / system 1 style. post 76 - http://pbresource.com/rebuildkit.html#KT-GFLIP02A

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