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Black Knight Club...Members Only!


By mof

6 years ago



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#397 4 years ago
Quoted from Laseriffic:

I just got back from picking one up today. I want to know does CPR still do the PF's, I didnt see them on their site?

CPR still does playfields, believe their only run of the Black Knight was back in 2007
http://www.classicplayfields.com/photo10.html
so I think the best bet is finding someone that would be willing to part with theirs.

Quoted from jdzwir123:

Will damaged transistors reduce current flow for flippers?

Personally, I would replace them with up to date Mosfets, don't know if they would reduce flipper current.
Could always try by removing the F2 solenoid fuse on the power board and see if it works better.

#399 4 years ago

Fuses would not reduce current, their whole goal is to stop current and all future current (by breaking the wire inside it) if it goes above that rating.

Or I've heard to make sure the EOS switches that are on the flipper assembly are properly adjusted as they control how quickly they switch over from primary power (the main oomph of the flipper) to secondary power that holds it in the up position.

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#469 4 years ago

Latest little design, an updated MagnaSave relay board.
Why? Only because I wanted to, knowing very well I spent more than the cost of a relay,
Had fun with it and seeing it work.
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#475 4 years ago
Quoted from Billc479:

What size pins are used in the 24 pin molex connecto

Pin size will be Molex 0.093" that accept 18-22awg.

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#532 4 years ago

Reference post if anyone is ever interested in changing the points awarded on their BK

http://pinside.com/pinball/forum/topic/black-knight-score-locations-informational

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#534 4 years ago

Little research would suggest it is a "Plume", typically just a decoration item.
http://www.classic-castle.com/forum/viewtopic.php?f=7&t=634

also, didn't fully realize until now it's a different color than what's on back glass, wonder if it's the same knight?

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