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Olympic Hockey!


By rufessor

5 months ago



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#1 5 months ago

I have wanted a Williams Olympic Hockey for a very long time, amd had repeatedly posted looking for adds here, but was unable to find one that worked.

That changed a couple weeks ago-

A fellow Pinsider contacted me a while ago and we began discussing a game he had. Fast forward a bit and after a drive of a few miles to the Fastenal Store - I was happy to plug in and start work on my brand new (to me) 1972 Williams Olympic Hockey. A Texas transplant has arrived in UT and found a permanent home.

I have a NOS playfield I will be clear coating soon and eventually will swap. For now- I want to play this until I finish my King Pin restore. So its in the game room and I am giving it a total mechanical overhaul-

I grew up playing hockey most days of the winters and this is really something I have been looking forward to.

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#2 5 months ago
Quoted from rufessor:

I have wanted a Williams Olympic Hockey for a very long time, amd had repeatedly posted looking for adds here, but was unable to find one that worked.
That changed a couple weeks ago-
A fellow Pinsider contacted me a while ago and we began discussing a game he had. Fast forward a bit and after a drive of a few miles to the Fastenal Store - I was happy to plug in and start work on my brand new (to me) 1972 Williams Olympic Hockey. A Texas transplant has arrived in UT and found a permanent home.
I have a NOS playfield I will be clear coating soon and eventually will swap. For now- I want to play this until I finish my King Pin restore. So its in the game room and I am giving it a total mechanical overhaul-
I grew up playing hockey most days of the winters and this is really something I have been looking forward to.
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Thats a beautiful pin!!

#3 5 months ago

That thing is mint fresh compared to ours! Awesomely fun game with two players and fast.

#4 5 months ago

That's awesome news...congrats!! It sure looks gorgeous.

#5 5 months ago
Quoted from TheHueManatee:

That's awesome news...congrats!! It sure looks gorgeous.

Thank you- I cannot wait to grab a friend and play some hockey!

Quoted from gdonovan:

That thing is mint fresh compared to ours! Awesomely fun game with two players and fast.

Good to hear- I have been admiring from afar for so long I have to go look at it every so often.

Quoted from Daditude:

Thats a beautiful pin!!

I began mechanical refresh by taking out the mech that runs the puck. Ya gotta clean the rink before you can play

Check out the grime and dust! Holy cow- tumbler is 12 hours in now and it will all be back in the game minty fresh this evening. I will remove all mechanial assemblies from
Back box and tumble. Then it should play.

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#6 5 months ago
Quoted from rufessor:

Good to hear- I have been admiring from afar for so long I have to go look at it every so often.

It was WAY more fun than I thought it would be, ours came to us as part of a package deal and we had only minor interest in it. Once I got it running 100% it rapidly became our favorite for 2 player game. It is very fast when setup right and the left outlane is a brutal drain magnet for some reason. Best shot of the whole game is when you can loft a shot off a side bumper and catch the lit playfield puck position rollovers one after another. The buzzer when you score a goal is just a hoot!

The game is the most complex EM I have worked on bar none, there is a lot going on in the cabinet and backbox! Both have extra "hangers" for banks of relays. Well worth finessing everything to get it working right with the playfield puck indicator mech in the backglass being the worst offender.

Enjoy!

#7 4 months ago

I am finding gold under the grime and dirt and dust and all the ancient lubrication someone helpfully doused- ha! NOT helpful even in 1979), a few components with.

Here are a few assemblies ready to go back into backbox. I will do score reels this weekend.

Need to order a coil or two and a mess of sleeves but this far nothing broken and all shiny now!

The puck mech and coin are already done.

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#8 4 months ago

I figure I will document the head mechanical restoration. Nearly done. Tumbler is running now with all hardware to mount all score reels. Will disassemble and polish up individual reels and replace all sleeves. Then it goes back together and game should play. I ordered full LED for inserts and back-glass, should look good and play fun for a good while. This will get a NOS playfield that is clear coated. But that will be after my two ongoing project games. So this will be played for years. I will also add new pop caps and color matched rollover guides etc. Should play fantastic. Existing playfiled has a big insert that is literally loose and falling out. Will fix it to be as right as the that can be and then play the crap out of it!

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#9 4 months ago

Looks great! But now you’re making me have to dig into mine. Thanks a lot!

#10 4 months ago

I say the game is worth it- enjoy yours! I cannot wait to play this.

I like them fast and snappy. This should fit the bill!

And one later deeper- now all coils can be cleaned. All hardware added to tumbler. A very large PBR order shipped to me yesterday- hoping it makes it by tomorrow so i can put it back together!

I will do right side coils tomorrow. It gets a litte monotonuous to strip them down this far.

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#11 4 months ago

It looks beautiful and a lot of fun to play. I've always liked the long slim Williams flippers and fast action.

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#12 4 months ago

Update with some progress.

I managed to put in some hours this weekend and slogged through the score reel mechanical and cosmetic restoration. I have two left and the head will be done!

Got a big PBR order delivered and new pop caps, legs etc are here as well as a Comet order with color matched LED for all inserts and some backglass (GI stays incandescent). Hope to have this playing in a week or two!

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#13 4 months ago

A really cool game that I don't think I have ever played. Looks nice!

#14 4 months ago

I'm really looking forward to seeing the end result.

#15 4 months ago

Everything shines up real well between ultrasonic and tumbler! Check out prior post to see what the mech for the backglass animation looked like when received!

This is a Texas game and my guess is wherever it spent its prior life- it was windy and dusty as hell. There are thick coatings of old grimy dust everywhere- only some of which is the typical coil dust- this had some serious desert in and on it!

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#16 4 months ago
Quoted from rufessor:

Everything shines up real well between ultrasonic and tumbler!

How large is your ultrasonic unit? I was thinking of ordering one this week in the 10L size as I will do car parts time to time.

#17 4 months ago

I have a
10L TruSonik (Amazon.com)

I disassemble everything into nuts and bolts so for the most part I am using a small glass jar full of cleaner to dump all the parts in they are cleaned in that sitting in a tank filled with water. For the ocassional larger piece that is actually bigger than the tank I either polish by hand or stick one end in and run the cleaner and do it again with the other end dipped in. It would not hold a lock down bar- not even close.

I got it on Amazon a few years ago and its really good but for one significant flaw. The heater does not have an overtemp protection circuit (or mine failed). I discovered this because I was an idiot- left it dry and turned it on with heater on (not the sonication- just heat).

It got so hot it melted the glue that was holding the heating element onto the tank and smoke was coming out of unit. I took it apart, clipped leads on the fried heating element (it has two so happily mine still works fine- if slow to heat). I now am hyper vigilant to ensure tank ALWAYS has water in it before I even plug it in.

I do have to say- this has been a very good unit but for that flaw- and the price for its cleaning capabilties was very reasonable and I honestly will buy another from this company as true commercial quality is absolutely cost prohibitive for me. This has 4 big transducers and is powerful- I have had a couple of these cleaners over the years and I like this one the most- very powerful very effective. 5 minutes is usually enough to get very effective cleaning- 20 mins is my std default as it ensures every last bit is cleaned up and I cannot usually get another component stripped down ready to clean any faster- much less put the last cleaned parts back together.

#18 4 months ago

I was looking at this one, it is actually in the cart already.

amazon.com link »

#19 4 months ago

Looks near identical to what I have visually. Should be plenty big for pinball work.

#20 4 months ago
Quoted from rufessor:

Looks near identical to what I have visually. Should be plenty big for pinball work.

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Ordered! Thanks for the input. Will look nice next to the vibrating polisher and gunk tank. =)

#21 4 months ago

I hope its big enough. Was just thinking if your asking in an EM thread and its for this era your good. If you have long ramps etc then you may not be able to reach the middle.

Else- I want this game finished for a coming party. So trying to be regular and work it through.

Progress: All backbox mechanical has been stripped and is rebuilt. I am waiting on a couple coils so have not placed a few of the assemblies yet but they are together and waiting. Will run through this big switch stack next and then put rink back and mechanisms and add a lock and close the door! All switches very carefully polished and adjusted.

Dirty switch stacks are last bit to do.
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#22 4 months ago

Always wanted to play one being a hockey fan, congrats

#23 4 months ago
Quoted from rufessor:

I hope its big enough. Was just thinking if your asking in an EM thread and its for this era your good. If you have long ramps etc then you may not be able to reach the middle.

I mostly have EM =)

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#24 4 months ago
Quoted from Jackontherocks:

Always wanted to play one being a hockey fan, congrats

I also enjoy Hockey. Played it a ton growing up and really looking forward to coining up and watching the reset sequence (fingers crossed)!

Quoted from gdonovan:

I mostly have EM =)[quoted image]

I like it! Nice set of games!!

#25 4 months ago
Quoted from rufessor:

I like it! Nice set of games!!

Heat Wave has since left but has been replaced by Spring Break, Hot Shots, Time Machine (x2) and Hearts and Spades! Olympic Hockey is just out of frame and Grand Tour and Bazaar are out in the shop.

#26 4 months ago

Very nice looking game, I have one myself although it's nowhere near as clean. My favorite EM, it's never leaving here.

#27 4 months ago
Quoted from rufessor:

I also enjoy Hockey. Played it a ton growing up and really looking forward to coining up and watching the reset sequence (fingers crossed)!

Agree, I am looking for one of these as well. I did a complete resto on a BOPP and have a CC Super Hockey waiting to be restored.

#28 4 months ago

Ok Friday night pinsiders- the Olympic Hockey question of the night is as follows.

My manual indicates there is a volume adjustment for the goal buzzer feature. It cleary shows the part as a phone plug type fitting common to all games of this era where you move a connector to a jack to specify a high score etc. it shows as a two plug receptacle. It is described as “Acessible by opening front door”

Question is. Where the heck is it? I admit I have not yet cleaned the bottom board or really inspected it I dont see anything that looks right anywhere in my game.

A little help.... would be appreciated. Can someone post a pic of their adjustment jack and location??

I feel like I have to be blind because its almost certainly in the game- there are no unaccounted for wires etc.... so be kind when you inform me it was right infront of my dang eyes.

#29 4 months ago

Sorry- should have added the obvious two receptacle in the very front of the bottom board is labeled as the “5c ADJ” so its not that. Close up for clarity. I think I am looking for another of these- thats the part I am not seeing.

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#30 4 months ago

All that has yet to be attended to. Tonights task is to wrap up the back box (still need one coil but can get it 99.9% done.

Here is starting point. I hope to have power on test with LED color matched to backglass and playfield in game very soon. If I dont start a game It will be a fine test of cosmetics and I am eager to see it with the rink shiny and backlit by long legged 90degree green LEDx8. I used a comet superflux. I love those LEDs for this. I only hope they dont shine through too much- we shall see.

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#31 4 months ago
Quoted from rufessor:

Ok Friday night pinsiders- the Olympic Hockey question of the night is as follows.
My manual indicates there is a volume adjustment for the goal buzzer feature. It cleary shows the part as a phone plug type fitting common to all games of this era where you move a connector to a jack to specify a high score etc. it shows as a two plug receptacle. It is described as “Acessible by opening front door”
Question is. Where the heck is it?

Bottom side of the playfield near the flippers.

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#32 4 months ago

There was an Olympic Hockey on EBay a couple months back in decent shape for $500 and no one bid on it. I should have posted the link here. They might have sold it locally because it’s never been re-listed.

#33 4 months ago

Ha! Thank you very much! I managed to find mine

Quoted from gdonovan:

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That was not the third place I had looked! It has been set to “HI”.

#34 4 months ago

Took a while to get fiddily final assembly and careful adjustment for rink animation, but back box mechanical is done and it lights up real nice with selective color matching behind backglass and some flashers across Olympic Hockey lettering. LED and camera are never friends but I think the fact this pic does not look totally blown out speaks to be generally subdued final look. Glass is filthy- I will clean another day.
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#35 4 months ago

It plays a little like a pinball machine!

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#36 4 months ago

The left flipper is so weak its laughable. The right flipper has one foot in the grave... there is a self hold switch on a reset relay or possiby score motor thats not making contact because it does not fully reset score reels or rink and I am a litte confused by my rink mech as all parts are perfect and clean but it struggles a bit to advance and so I need to think on that a bit. Oh... and its not showing if you select one or two player games nor ball in play nor match (I think)...

Almost there! Most of that is nothing other than a bad switch and I have touched nothing under the paint on the playfield yet so honestly- its looking good!!

I also noted that the buzzer is not working but the chime is... will need to find the buzzer first! Hahah!

Lots to do but not much really- back box is the hard part but thats done now and it looks good enough to power!

#37 4 months ago

I also magic eraser cleaned the playfield and replaced pop caps and cleaned all plastics and metal etc. Looks ok- My NOS playfield will be some years in the que- so this will be played a ton. Surface is great! Cleaned up nice with only spots of paint damage.

#38 4 months ago

A little help please!

My puck mechansim (20 position stepper) is not working well and I suspect its because I have some non standard parts or a nonstandard configuration. I have it put together exactly as it came to me- but that was a gummed up hacked beast so i have replaced springs as appropriate etc but there are still a few things that seem wrong- but all I have are the parts it came with.

In the pic attached I am showing the switch that reports the reset coil. Note that in the picture the end of the long blade is forked. Thats weird as it implies to me that the end of 1/2 of the reset coil mech is supposed to pass through the fork as its thin enough to do so and is more or less the configuration if you center and tighten everytjing. But that dont make much sense as nothing works... how is it supposed to work? I dont recall seeing a forked long switch blade prior and do not see one in the parts catalog for this era so not sure if that factory (certainly looks original) or what. A photo of the switch and then a photo of the switch as the reset coil is fully pulled in (manually) would be SUPER helpful!

I am not finding any pics but this is super hard to search for.

If you can get into the head of your game- I am asking for photos of the bottom of the rink mech! Should be able to take them with it in game and without touching anything other than to push reset coil plunger into coil with your fingers to take the second shot

Any help greatly appreciated.

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#39 4 months ago

Here is what I am talking about. I drew an arrow pointing to the fork gap on the long blade. And another pointing to the end of the reset coil mech that contacts the switch blade.

Note how the fork gap is wide enough for the mech to pass through- is it supposed to? Cause if it does the switch is never accuated- so thats clearly wrong, but if thats the case why is the switch forked? Mine had the switch assembled such that it was torqued over to the side so the mechansim actually impacts with the tine of the fork on the blade (and not through the middle) but thats almost certainly wrong- its not the case that factory would have had to carefully hold something out of alignment and screw it down! Also- if thats how its supposed to work why use a forked long blade for the switch!!

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#40 4 months ago

This post is very relevant. Looks like my forked switch aint how the factory intended but may be the result of years of wear! Thats perhaps why it was pushed over and assembled a bit sideways. Me thinks I need a new switch blade but jury is still out as I dont know of that really fixes anything for me! Oh well- any additional info will be appreciated

https://pinside.com/pinball/forum/topic/help-needed-olympic-hockey-mystery-switch

#41 4 months ago

Since I have asked for a bit of info I figured I would update with progress. Based upon info in thread I linked above I have determined that my long switch blade on the puck unit is infact worn through. I will replace this.

I got a few reays adjusted and as expected the series self hold switch on the reset was gapped open- game now resets and mostly plays! Puck unit is operating well and match also as well as ball in play. Currently not starting a two person game but that should not be difficult to fix. Going to call it good and will get back to this over the weekend. It feels good to have some real progress and a working game!

I noted that pretty much all pop bumper bodies are cracked! Thats a beastly arrangement with 5 clustered up there and the ball can come out with some juice on it! Even as mangled and semi operational as it is currently- this is going to rip once it is fully restored!

#42 4 months ago
Quoted from rufessor:

Thats a beastly arrangement with 5 clustered up there and the ball can come out with some juice on it! Even as mangled and semi operational as it is currently- this is going to rip once it is fully restored!

This title is one of the fastest EM in our collection, we love it! 2 player is especially exciting.

#43 4 months ago

Almost there!

Flippers rebuilt as is score motor and all switches and relays below playfield. I have an issue where any score by player two result ls in a stuck relay- either the ten or hundred or thousand relay sticks. I am investigating score motor switches and player unit wiper discs tomorrow. Else game also seems not to quite reset and start a game on its own- but if I hit Replay relay I can start a game and its playing pretty decent. Much progress. I need to rebuild all 5 pops. Many are broken at multiple places and three seem to have worn through the old school couplings to the ring and these will all be rebuilt with the PBR kit and all new rings and springs and bodies and bases.

Gotta order rubbers and with a couple more switch adjustments and the pops and it will be screaming along. I also high tapped it

I wish I knew why on player two only- the points relays all stick- regardless of which one. If I simply close any with my hands they stay closed and score reel coil sticks. Gotta look at end of stroke switches as well I suppose. But would have to be bad on all reels so i kinda doubt its that.

#44 3 months ago

Ok- asking for help.

EDIT: I solved all this- some was self induced error on assembly of second player score reels. If you put the EOS switch on the wrong reel the relay locks on! DOH. Anyhow...

No need for help here- but leaving this alone for the record as its kinda funny! I even say I dont think it could be score reels cause they would all have to be wrong!! Indeed- if you put them together wrong they in fact- ALL can be wrong

I dont know that I have made any progress in the last 4-6 hours. I am fighting a number of possibly related issues.

Player one- when goal is scored the reset to center ice lights ofteb do not light and it seems like the reset is briefly triggered- like the puck scores and then is bounced back one or two steps. When the reset lights are lit- if rollover is triggered puck does not complete a reset. It seems like a single rotation of the score reel is all it resets (maybe 3-4 positions). Yet- when ball lands in outhole it seems to reset normaly to center ice.

Then even weirder.

Player two- every time you are awarded points the score reel relay for the point value locks on. Its weird. If I pulse a 10 relay the ten reel advance coil stays on until I pry apart the 10 relay. Same for 100 and 1000 and also true of 9th position switch advances- if the 100 roles the 1000 sticks. I have been through the schematic and the trabsfer and player relays. I can stop it from sticking if I place paper in the player unit switch stack for those score relays but those need to be connected to score so thats not much of a fix. I dont really have a clue.

At this point the entire game has been disassembled and put back so literally anything could be wrong. I am careful but I do make mistakes and I could even have score motor together weird. So will double check all again. But any suggestions would he great.

#45 3 months ago

Funny that a thread on this game come up recently as we just picked one up earlier today!

We're looking forward to fixing this up as soon as we finish our Grand Prix.

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Looks good in our current lineup.
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-Paul

#46 3 months ago

Wowo!

I also have a Grand Prix! Its a keeper- ripping spinners is soooooo enjoyable. Its like crack! Quick- gimme ANOTHER quarter!!!!

RE Olympic Hockey:

Beware this game is a bit of a devil. For mine- getting puck unit to work has been a bit of a struggle.

Also-

I figured out why second player has issue locking up score reels. Face PALM!

I had the EOS switches on 100-10000 reels- should have been on 10-1000. Hahahah

That only took me four tries to repair. I spent way to much time on the schematic. DOH

#47 3 months ago
Quoted from rufessor:

Wowo!
I also have a Grand Prix! Beware this game is a bit of a devil. For mine- getting puck unit to work has been a bit of a struggle.

The puck unit is VERY touchy in my experience.

#48 3 months ago
Quoted from gdonovan:

The puck unit is VERY touchy in my experience.

I had to adjust the position of the main spring on the sprocket to adjust tension- also had to adjust height to track perfectly in rink channel and back off slightly of tight for main wiper disc tension. Now its springy and fast both directions but extreme ends are extreme. I dont know of another game with an actual 20 position mechanical stepper that turns physical things. Its got a ton of work to do.

#49 3 months ago

And it plays! I think 100% functional with a few odds and ends to attend to (gotta rebuild pops and slings and post). But electrical is done, all contacts polished and switches adjusted, puck unit is snappy and smooth!

I played a few one and two player games and am enjoying it. Playing the game for goals is a blast and you can keep it going a while. I suspect wirh rebuilt slings and pops it will get another level of speed and ball times will come down- fun game!!!

Here it will sit for some while as other games in shop eventually are completed and I can swap playfields on this one for the NOS!
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#50 3 months ago

So the play test worked for me to get head fully working and the game starting and mostly playing. Playfield mechanical was bad.

So- new flippers in and tested at high tap. Nice but not as powerful as my Grand Prix- a later Williams EM. So feels right- strong but not lasers.

Then I tore into everything else. All 5 active pops were functional but all had broke. Linkages in the coupling to the plunger for the ring. I am replacing all with the PBR gottlieb style linkage coupled to the right plunger lentgth to work here- or thats my interpretation as my Gottlieb uses the same link style. Anyway- I then dug into the down post mechanism. Thats a complicated bastard. I took plenty of photos I hope! Haha!

Here is playfiled with all pops out, all slings and switches out and the down post out.

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