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RBION - Mushroomed head magnet


By giuseppe4

5 months ago



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#1 5 months ago

Hi everyone,

I've bought a Ripley's Believe Or Not! pinball and I've noticed the head magnet is a little bit mushroomed. There are other topics about this, but I didn't understand if simply replacing it by removing the old 530-5320-00 ("Threaded Core Plug") and installing a new one is enough.
Sometimes the ball stops there, but it works most of the times.

Could you please help me to understand?

As you can see from the image attached, the playfield near the magnet is also a little bit damaged, do you think it can be repaired? How?

Thanks

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#4 5 months ago

Thank you guys, I think I’ll replace the core, it should be easy

About the playfield, Mylar can stop damage progressing, but how can I repair the damaged part?

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