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Mibs Coin Insert Light


By The-Who

5 months ago



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  • Mibs Gottlieb, 1969

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#6 5 months ago

When you pull the stainless cover off, you might find that there is 3 burnt out bulbs in there. Those bulbs should have a plastic shield, pushed over the bulb and the bulb socket. (I can add a photo, later).

#8 5 months ago

Here is a photo from the inside. There are 2 long screws which go through just above the coin door opening. See the red dot in the photo.
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This is the front with the cover removed. You might have 3 bulb sockets, or just 2.
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#10 5 months ago
Quoted from pinhead52:

looks like somebody mangled your door pretty good!

The only straight part is where the hinge attaches.

#13 5 months ago

I would guess that your game, at one time had three coin slots, nickels, dimes, and quarters. Those white 'coin entrance plates' are available from Pinball Resource. There are different sizes of the slots for various coins. There are also many different 'Labels' for different coinage. Those 25 Cents for 2 Plays are common. Pinball Resource has the square labels too.

In your photo the bulbs are broken.

#14 5 months ago
Quoted from The-Who:

Any idea on how to get the broken bulbs out

Unplug the game. Slide off the plastic cover. Carefully use a small needle nose pliers. Try to grab the center of the electrode part, carefully twist the bulb and pull, (just the playfield lights). Unless it is stuck with some old soda, or beer, the base of the bulb should come out.

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