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Frankenstein: where does this playfield part go?

By Earial

7 years ago


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#1 7 years ago

Hey all,

Does anyone know where this part goes on the playfield of a Mary Shelley's Frankenstein?

During maintenance I unscrewed it from the playfield and when I wanted to put it back, it seemed out of place. If I mount it, the eyes on the part are upside down, which seems illogical. The part also doesn't fit straight and parallel.

I looked in the manual and there's no reference of it and all the playfield pictures I could find on the internet also didn't show this part on the spot where it was originally mounted with mine.

When I bought the machine it was placed left of the Northpole entry, at the right of the ball-throwing monster. The part has the number '54', also nowhere to be found in the manual.

Did someone just mount it on for fun, of am I missing something here?

I hope someone can help me!
Steven

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#2 7 years ago

I had a Frank, I can't say as I remember that plastic at all . . . but I must know where it goes!

#3 7 years ago

Use the Force!

#4 7 years ago

It's attached on mine to the playfield plastic just above the top left pop bumper. I think it's a shield to keep air balls and Frank tosses from ending up on top of that plastic. If my poor explanation needs a photo, let me know and I'll post one tomorrow.

#5 7 years ago

Okay! Thanks a lot!

Could you send me a pic by any chance? That would help me a lot.

Cheers,
Steven

#6 7 years ago

That would be great.

#7 7 years ago

Pics attached.
Sorry about the quality, but photos taken through the glass.

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#8 7 years ago

Ha, you made one person happy today! Thanks a lot!

Steven

#10 7 years ago

I knew exactly what piece as soon as I saw the thread title. lol

#11 7 years ago

Wow, thanks a lot! I will put it at the right spot now!

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