(Topic ID: 242616)

FH Trap Door Replacement Plastic


By fossmin

1 year ago



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#1 1 year ago

The replacement plastic is not recessed where the hinge mounts like the original. Does this cause any issues during game play? Seems like it would make the ball jump.

Thanks

Gerry

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#2 1 year ago

Agreed. Doesn’t seem like that’s going to be ideal. Try to source a better part?

#3 1 year ago

I make that recess with my table saw. Not hard to do.

#4 1 year ago
Quoted from jackd104:

Agreed. Doesn’t seem like that’s going to be ideal. Try to source a better part?

I know they have sold hundreds of these plastic sets. Just curious what others have done.

Thanks

Gerry

#5 1 year ago

I just restored a Funhouse a few months back and I would make sure to recess it. There is also a plastic piece behind the hinge that covers the alley to account for the increased height of the trap door. Here is a partial pic of the plastic behind the trap door.

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