(Topic ID: 29802)

Bally Silverball Mania Connector Type


By BigBird0000

7 years ago



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  • Latest reply 7 years ago by barakandl
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#1 7 years ago

I am looking to redo all the connectors on my Silverball Mania.
I know I am supposed to use trifurcon on the .156 connectors.

Can anyone give me part numbers for some of the housing,
board pins, and crimp connectors for some of the .156 and .100 from
mouser, msc, digikey, allied, newark (or similar) ?

If you have a count of size and count of all the connecters, that would
save me some time.

Thanks--BB

#2 7 years ago

Bigbird,

Go here:

http://bigdaddy-enterprises.com/

Look on the left for the links to connectors.

His prices are pretty good. I've found his qty discounts are in line with Newark & digikey for this stuff.

Has tons of stuff for Bally pins.

#3 7 years ago

Thanks for the plug!

#4 7 years ago

No prob, Todd.

Didn't know you were on here!

#5 7 years ago

Thanks for the info. Prices look pretty good. I am going to put
my list together (double checking each connector).

#6 7 years ago

I just bought all the connectors for the same game. Todd was nice enough to put together an invoice of everything I needed!

#7 7 years ago

Must Silverball mania week/month.

Just picked up one over the weekend.

Non-working then, but purrs like a kitten now!

If you have any trouble getting it running, let me know.

#8 7 years ago

Prmailers,

I have mine working, but wanted to prevent problems in the future.
When I first got it, it was sold to me as having smoke coming out of it.
I cleaned out a ton of dust, and cleaned the connectors and pins.
I got it "up" and had some display problems. I used deoxit on the display
connectors, (and all the others), and this helped, all the displays worked.
Some of the connectors are discolored from heat, and I want to prevent
electrical problems before they occur. Bad connections = bad things!

I prefer working on the machines and bought it for my wife as she like playing.

Thanks for the offer anyway. If you have any problems, please feel free to contact me!

#9 7 years ago

Thanks, big bird, will do.

Always good to have someone to bounce things off of.

Todd's got the goods, and he's a good guy to deal with.

#10 7 years ago

You will need about 160 of the .100 crimp terminals (150 is not enough,learned that with my guess). You may wish to investigate replacing/rebuilding the power rectifier board as I was told this is a common weak point on these games.
Ed

#11 7 years ago

Yup, those vishay bridge rectifiers get toasty and fail. But hey, they're 30+ years old!

The connectors get fried, too. Couple of ground mods take some of the pressure off of the, though.

Not too big a deal to do...

#12 7 years ago

tayda electronics has the best prices and connector housings and pins. I do not think they have trifurcon tho.

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