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Help identify a couple parts


By Stretch7

1 year ago



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    #1 1 year ago

    I recently did a parts purchase on a bunch of nos and used parts and so far i have come across a couple im not sure what its from.

    The one looks like a specific coil and bracket with a smallt diameter plunger posibbly for smaller balls

    The other one i believe is part of a test rig but if someone can conform that.

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    #2 1 year ago

    Sunday bump

    #3 1 year ago

    The coil looks like it might be used as a knocker or chime unit. Possibly even a drop target knockdown assembly.

    The display looks like something I've seen on an off brand euro machine I saw on ipdb. I don't recall what the brand it name is.

    #4 1 year ago

    The coil looks like the release coil from a ball eater used in Data East Secret Service or the cheese block in Williams Mousin' Around.

    The circuitboard is interesting. It look likes a test rig for testing early (6 digits used) Bally 2518-17/35 or Stern M100 CPU boards connected to J1 and J4. Never seen anything like this. Are there any marks on it revealing the brand?

    Marco

    #5 1 year ago

    Thanks for the input guys.

    The boards is kurs-Kasch and after some research on them I think it is part of a test rig.
    Unfortunately the coil assembly has no numbers or markings but I’ll have a snoop on manuals for games you mentioned and check it out

    #6 1 year ago

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    The small coil visible in the upper part of the picture.

    #7 1 year ago
    Quoted from Stretch7:

    Thanks for the input guys.
    The boards is kurs-Kasch and after some research on them I think it is part of a test rig.
    Unfortunately the coil assembly has no numbers or markings but I’ll have a snoop on manuals for games you mentioned and check it out

    The Bally MPU Test board for the Kurz-Kasch Universal tester/TF-650. I used to work with one when I worked for a route operator in the early '80's.
    Also had their Signature II signature analyzer. Jim Snead and George Mat were the guys heading up the little video and pin service tool division.
    Kurz-Kasch made solenoid assemblies for appliances and automotive applications as well as plastic knobs for appliances. Their main building was still there in Dayton with the signage within the last ten years. I think it's all gone now.

    #8 1 year ago
    Quoted from MarAlb:

    The small coil visible in the upper part of the picture.

    Ok good i guess i can put that one to rest. Thank you

    Quoted from MrBally:

    The Bally MPU Test board for the Kurz-Kasch Universal tester/TF-650

    Cool to know ....i guess i will just own a piece of pinball repair history now. Thanks

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