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Need a favor! Need Gottlieb Outer Space Transformer Part Number


By too-many-pins

73 days ago



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#1 73 days ago

If anyone that owns a Gottlieb Outer Space could spare a minute or two of your time I need to know the correct transformer number for an Outer Space machine. The Gottlieb number will be printed on the solder lug side of the label on the transformer. I am guessing it is a A-3594 or B-10904 because they were the two most common transformer numbers from that era but the paper on the side of the one we have for reference is so messed up I can't tell what number it might be.

THANKS! Skip

#2 73 days ago

Anyone?

#3 72 days ago

Someone must have a Gottlieb Outer Space they can take a quick look at for me?

#4 71 days ago

ANYONE? It shouldn't take but a minute to grab a number for me and it would be a HUGE help.

THANKS!

#5 71 days ago

Maybe you can reach out to one of these owners directly Skip:

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#6 71 days ago

Hi too-many-pins
I did a search https://pinside.com/pinball/forum/search?s=1&what=topics&q=outer+space&topic-machine=&pinsider=&age_days=&subforum=0&sort_by=date&sort_order=DESC#results (first I do search "for the name of the pin" in the topics-Title - then a search "for the name of the pin" in the text, posts --- hooray, in here https://pinside.com/pinball/forum/topic/1972-outer-space-start-up-issue snippets of the schematics are shown - in post-2, last snippet I read "B10904 Transformer 115V., B10932 Transformer 230V." --- I show here an old JPG "Transformer on my 'Orbit' " - the schematics say "same transformers as in Outer Space" --- see in the middle of the JPG "bakelite stuff, Adj. Plug, my green V1 V2 V3 V4 V5 V6" --- the (230Volt) Transformer B10932 can be adjusted (bakelite plug moved-left-then-plugged-in) to run on USA-115Volt-currency. Greetings Rolf

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#7 71 days ago

A big THANK YOU to ROLF for taking the time to help me out with this info. Now I just need to dig through my stash of transformers and find one and another game will come back to life!

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