(Topic ID: 45678)

Name that part


By meSz

7 years ago



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#1 7 years ago

This will probably be easy for those EM guys but this is inly my second EM game i have owned. Purchase a Bally EM game and the coin box had several of the parts in it. Can anyone advise as to what the part is, what it does and can it be left off the game???

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#2 7 years ago

Anyone?

#3 7 years ago
Quoted from meSz:

can it be left off the game???

Since you don't know where it goes, and may not even be for pinball. Of course you can leave it off.

If something doesn't work or flies apart - you found where it goes.

That is what cabinet bottoms are for. Crap you don't know where it come from or belongs.

LTG : )

#4 7 years ago

It's a Multiplicitive Ultrafonic Clystron Frequency Modulator. It goes right under the Revastratum. (I think)

#5 7 years ago
Quoted from LTG:

Since you don't know where it goes, and may not even be for pinball. Of course you can leave it off.
If something doesn't work or flies apart - you found where it goes.
That is what cabinet bottoms are for. Crap you don't know where it come from or belongs.
LTG : )

+1 there... Play it until something appears to be odd...

Last week I found an odd 'rivet' thingamajig laying in the bottom of my F-14... Looked for 5 minutes for a home, gave up, and 2 games later when my ball got stuck between the two 'kill' targets I figured out what it was. A target leaf stack rivet.

#6 7 years ago

And here i thought all the wise guys were on RGP lol!! Just to clarify, i just brought the machine home and it doesnt work at this time!!! Lloyd thanks for the idea as I'am going to remove the bottoms from all my cabinets so I stop finding crap!

#7 7 years ago
Quoted from spfxted:

It's a Multiplicitive Ultrafonic Clystron Frequency Modulator. It goes right under the Revastratum. (I think)

Correction. Omniplicitive. Get it right.

#8 7 years ago

I looked through my 1976 Bally parts catalog and don't see anything that looks like that. What game did you buy?

#9 7 years ago

I picked up a Capt. Fantastic and also a Wms Flash from the same party. There were about 10 of these in the coin box of the CF.

#10 7 years ago
Quoted from smokey_789:

Correction. Omniplicitive. Get it right.

#11 7 years ago

Is it a part for an old drop target?

#12 7 years ago
Quoted from DCFAN:

Is it a part for an old drop target?

I thought the same but in looking at the Bally Parts Manual i can't see anything that resembles it but the picture isn't very descriptive.

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