(Topic ID: 27486)

Calling all black knight 2k owners. need help with a pic.


By sixsixtie

7 years ago



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#1 7 years ago

Was working on a game today. I need a picture of the right flipper from underneath the playfield. Preferably with some detail of the eos switch setup. I took it apart and, like a rookie, didn't take a picture first and I'm pretty sure I must have put it back together wrong. If anybody could help me out with a picture I'd be eternally grateful.

#2 7 years ago

Hope this helps, i just finished rebuilding the 3 flippers, works great!

#3 7 years ago

Good god. This one looks completely different. It has this part http://www.marcospecialties.com/pinball-parts/SW-1A-183
Thank you for the pictures. Can anyone explain the difference?

Also how do I know which fuse is related to the flippers?

#4 7 years ago

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Good god. This one looks completely different. It has this part http://www.marcospecialties.com/pinball-parts/SW-1A-183
Thank you for the pictures. Can anyone explain the difference?
Also how do I know which fuse is related to the flippers?

That is the proper switch for the game, the other pics posted have the wrong plunger, you can see the tab for the external spring It also has the wrong coils.
I no longer have the game but I do have this one pic.

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#5 7 years ago

Well, I may just really blow your mind here. I believe you are both missing a switch, but different switches.

Here is my BK2K lower right flipper. On it there is a 2 switch stack. Did you mean the upper or lower right flipper? On the upper, mine is just like that of Vic47, but my bottom right flipper is not like that photo.

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#6 7 years ago

I think the right one has a double switch stack for the upper right flipper and the left has a single.
Does both of your flippers have the double EOS or just the right one?
Looks like yours has the proper coils also.

#7 7 years ago

Pic of UPF flipper mech.

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#8 7 years ago

My upper flipper has one switch, the lower right has the 2.

Chris

#9 7 years ago
Quoted from SilverUnicorn:

My upper flipper has one switch, the lower right has the 2.
Chris

Sounds like both our games are correct with the correct coils.
I no longer have the game or the manual so I can't answer the OP's question on the fuse location.

#10 7 years ago

Wow! turns out you are right, the coils on my machine are wrong! they should be FL-11630, i think the prvious owner changed them because he mentioned something about the coils not being powerfull enough.
Yesterday i did the rebuild flipers on all 3 of them, and playng i found that they were too powerfull, ill be ordering the right flipper coils today.
One thing that i dont understand is the second switch i don´t have, im guessing it´s the change lane switch,(now i know why i could never do a lane change) but i cannot find the wires or anything cut form that part.
The flipper rebuild kit i bought it from Marco, and they said it was the kit i needed for this machine, i only need to take out the spring return, which i forgot to do so.
The flipper fuses are F5 for the right 250V 2A.Slow Blow
and F6 for the left flipper same voltage 250v 2A. Slow Blow
Hope this info helps you (i have the manual on a pdf file, its missing 2 pages only if you want it i can sendit to you.
Also id like to know if anyone knows when will the repo plastic set be available?

#11 7 years ago

Wow thanks guys. That was just what I was looking for.

Silver unicorn. Are both switches on one side of the mount or is one above and one below or what? It looks like the EOS is on one side (above) and the bigger one ( what is that switch btw?) is below the mount. Is that correct?

#12 7 years ago
Quoted from sixsixtie:

Wow thanks guys. That was just what I was looking for.
Silver unicorn. Are both switches on one side of the mount or is one above and one below or what? It looks like the EOS is on one side (above) and the bigger one ( what is that switch btw?) is below the mount. Is that correct?

Correct. The way you would look in the photo, the top switch is the EOS. THe lower switch is the lane change switch.

The EOS is mounted on one side, the lane change on the other of the metal bracket. The whole stack is secured by 2 screws and a small metal holding plate that is held by the screws.

Hope that makes sense.

Chris

#13 7 years ago

Ty so much for the info!!

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