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Funhouse!? Club... (Fans welcome)


By mof

6 years ago



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#25 5 years ago

I enjoyed mine while I had it. Great game!

Some before and after's of the semi-restore: http://pinside.com/pinball/forum/topic/beginning-a-playfield-swap-on-my-fh-first-timer#post-1132673

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#27 5 years ago

I believe that's normal to some extent. Difficult to know without hearing how loud it is in person. I know with the glass off on RS and my FH it would do this too.

Quoted from tjohns14:

Got a question just recently rebuilt rudy. Everything got replaced inside also including the mouth gears and ball ejector solenoid. When rudy is watching me the solenoids make a hum type noise, seems to happen when the eyes are moving. but completley function as designed. So i wonder is this normal? Like i said the solenoids hum and I would rather not hear this.
Thanks Tom

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#180 4 years ago
Quoted from PatrickATX:

Turns out, I had the plastic in the cabinet which is kind of a mess. I've looked long and hard at some of the photos of this area, but can't figure out how the little lamp/hood is mounted in relation to plastic or PF. I also would like to know what size posts the plastic piece uses to mount to the PF. Any help?
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If you unscrew the four screws where they attach to the twin wire form ramps where they join, you should see where they line up to the four screws on that plastic. I have several pictures I posted of Pinsider's play field swap did earlier in the year with him.

#183 4 years ago

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#184 4 years ago

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#222 4 years ago
Quoted from PatrickATX:

I bought the Marco rubber replacement set and wonder if I put the correct post sleeve on here. This is the lower left post between the left plunger lane and left out lane...problem is, this sleeve interferes with the left plunger shot all the time. My machine came with this sleeve missing. Did I get it wrong?

I thought the same thing when I had mine and asked the question too. It's not supposed to have one there I was told and that's how I left mine.

#225 4 years ago

Found my old post. Mine was hitting even with an original playfield.

https://pinside.com/pinball/forum/topic/fh-left-plunger-hitting-rubber-assume-no-rubber-there#post-320596

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