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By thelazybman

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    #1 7 months ago

    Can any one tell me what types of bulbs these are. It looks like mostly 44/47 but their are also 2 bigger sizes--- Its A Bally Broadway And any Idea where to get 2 new side rail locks ???

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    #3 7 months ago

    Your white board number lamps would be 17 V.
    I use 1464 lamps.
    The 44 lamp, I use them, draw a little more current, but have
    10 X the life of a 47 lamp, and, on average, are a bit cheaper!
    I use 55 lamps(the bigger ones)on my play field, they are bright, but since, my home game
    is on only an hour or so a day, I like the bright look!!!
    Get a good tool for removing the lamps, you will thank yourself!!
    Terry K

    #4 7 months ago

    I forget the number of the larger bulb - it is essentially a flash lamp package, but rated at 6V (for doubled scores).

    Terry is correct about the 1464s behind the bingo card.

    The siderail locks - you're out of luck! You'll have to find from a parted game. I've never found anyone that makes new screw locks like those.

    #5 7 months ago

    I just edited my post. The bigger lamps could be 55 lamps.
    I also use 455(flasher) lamps in some spots, they LOOK the same
    as a 55 lamp.

    #6 7 months ago

    PM me your address and I will send you a couple of side rail locks.

    #7 7 months ago

    This seller on eBay has them, I bought loads (just in case) for myself here in the UK
    He calls himself mffe $24 for four locks. They are original. Search for bally locks. He has 6 left at this moment!!!!!
    Actually he has more, type A and type B, he's been selling these for years, where the hell does he get them all from??
    I'm a terrible hoarder maybe I should get some more, what do you think?

    1458 lamps will do if 1464 are hard to find

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    #8 7 months ago

    The 1458 lamp is a 20V lamp.
    The 1464 lamp is a 22V lamp.
    They both draw .25 A(250 mA)
    They both have a rating of 250 H.
    The 1464 seems to be a bit cheaper
    because, I believe, they are harder to find

    #9 7 months ago

    I thought 1458 were 17 volt
    And being brighter, are my number one choice

    #10 7 months ago

    I got the info online at a miniature lamp site.
    It seems that the 1458 is replaced, in a few pinball sites by the 1464.
    My last post was confusing, as always, I meant that the 1464 is
    possibly cheaper because the 1458 seems to be harder to find!

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