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How do I...


By uncle_jose

1 year ago



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#1 1 year ago

Hi!

I'm rebuilding the small (top) flippers from a Gottlieb's Genie and I'm wondering if you guys know how can I remove (and install) the lever assembly from the old plunger assembly? Any guidance will be greatly appreciated.

Thanks!

~jose

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#2 1 year ago

Put the part in a vice, and knock out the roll pin with a roll pin punch.

You can get a roll pin punch set for around $10.

Something like these would probably work:

amazon.com link »

https://www.harborfreight.com/8-piece-punch-set-93424.html

#3 1 year ago
Quoted from ForceFlow:

Put the part in a vice, and knock out the roll pin with a roll pin punch.
You can get a roll pin punch set for around $10.
Something like these would probably work:
amazon.com link »
https://www.harborfreight.com/8-piece-punch-set-93424.html

Awesome! Thank you very much!

Best,

~ja

#4 1 year ago

Small world uncle_jose, I asked this same question on Facebook on Saturday. Got the same answer too. Hey, are your coil stops removable with a lock nut, or are they one piece with the bracket? Mine are one piece, but I've heard the original hardware was the kind where the stop was attached to the bracket with a lock nut. That sounds like a better design.

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#5 1 year ago
Quoted from Boise_D:

Small world uncle_jose, I asked this same question on Facebook on Saturday. Got the same answer too. Hey, are your coil stops removable with a lock nut, or are they one piece with the bracket? Mine are one piece, but I've heard the original hardware was the kind where the stop was attached to the bracket with a lock nut. That sounds like a better design.

Actually my coil stops are not removable. I was able to fix it by using the roll pin tip mentioned above. All is good!

TIA!

~ja

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