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Five Star Final Gottlieb 1932

By corysmith11575

6 years ago



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#1 6 years ago

I am restoring a 1932 Five Star Final and do not know if a piece is missing. The coin mechanism has no contact with the metal sheet that releases the balls when coin mechanism is pushed in. I am looking for any information on the configuration of the interior of a 1932 Five Star Final. I am new to the pre war pinball, but restored a 1932 Mills Official with little trouble. Just seeking any information. Thanks so much for any response.
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#2 6 years ago

so even when your coin slide is fully extended it doesnt reach the actuator to push the field forward and drop the balls?

MOst of my pre wars are similar and the coin slide doesnt make contact until 3/4 of the coin slide is pushed in

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