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Gottlieb Super Soccer Part Identification?

By mdo1998

88 days ago

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    #1 88 days ago

    My four-player Gottlieb Super Soccer is missing piece of hardware under ball trap that activates the switch, see pics, someone has created a homemade solution, again see pic, can anyone advise the name of the part I need to acquire? In this homemade solution the wooden piece has a hole in which a plastic tube sits, when the ball enters the trap the tube activates the switch, works but would prefer to correct.

    Thanks for your consideration,


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    #2 88 days ago

    I will post in the morning. That's when I'm back at the shop. Amazing game

    #3 88 days ago

    That bare piece of wood, looks like a makeshift scenario. Doesn't look original

    #4 88 days ago

    Easy catch

    #5 88 days ago

    Thanks, I appreciate the help.


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    #7 88 days ago

    Looks like you are missing a few parts. I will take pix from Gottlieb parts catalog

    #8 88 days ago

    Leaf switches assembly that you arIMG_20221229_014424 (resized).jpge missing

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    #11 88 days ago

    This looks like parts you need

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    #12 88 days ago

    - hole base plate c-15707(yours missing)
    -switch blade stack missing? My super soccer looks to be B-16182 only difference at the end of Last switch myn has a paper switch blade so it doesn't arc out.

    Me personally I would call Steve at *pinball resource* you will need screws to mount switch blades and hole base plate, plus if you look at my switch blade assembly(the way it's mounted ) you will need some spacers like how myn is shown. Other than that see if we missed something else?

    #13 87 days ago

    Looks like he's missing that plastic hole cover too. A-945

    #14 87 days ago

    Different angle pic on my set-up below, from the pictures of your machines you all have provided it seems I’m missing the base plate and switch arm, I appreciate the help once again.

    PS - the existing wooden-piece/plastic tube hack does work, if anyone is stuck without the correct parts.

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    #15 87 days ago

    You can also look at the other two kickers on the playfield if you need a reference for how it would look factory. Even though yours is “hacked” it looks like it gets the job done.

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    #16 87 days ago

    If you buy replacement parts be sure to sand the plastic a bit or dremel some spots as the molding leaks a little bit causing the two pieces not to mesh perfectly and needing a bit of force to find it’s way to resting position. The leaf switch is supposed to be enough force for this.

    #17 87 days ago

    Great suggestion! Will do.


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