(Topic ID: 115662)

Allied leisure coctail flipper buttons

By SealClubber

9 years ago



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#1 9 years ago

Are they Gottleib or Bally or can you use either? I can't tell the difference from the pics but they have different part numbers.

#2 9 years ago

I'll look as soon as I get home.
The Eros One manual is exceptionally complete.

#3 9 years ago

I'm gonna vote Gottlieb, as a guess.

#4 9 years ago
Quoted from L_satan:

The Eros One manual is exceptionally complete.

Yes but it only gives the Allied Leisure part number and no vender uses their numbers.

Looking at PBResource it seems both companies used the same buttons. I am not too familiar with Gottliebs so wasn't sure. Thanks though.

#5 9 years ago

I was wrong. Bally/Stern style buttons.

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