(Topic ID: 219005)

S relay need pics


By 1974DeltaQueen

1 year ago



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  • Latest reply 1 year ago by Classicpinballs
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#1 1 year ago

Anyone have a 1960 Fipper and can you snap a pic of the S relay switches with the bank flipped up ?

BC unit continues to run goes up to 10 balls and keeps firing.

#2 1 year ago

Here's a list of the other known owners
https://pinside.com/pinball/archive/flipper/owners

#3 1 year ago

Thanks I know one of the Flipper owners hopefully he has the game accessible

#4 1 year ago

I have one in my workshop that's come in for a major service and repair. If your man can't help, then let me know and Ill be happy to help out.

#5 1 year ago
Quoted from Classicpinballs:

I have one in my workshop that's come in for a major service and repair. If your man can't help, then let me know and Ill be happy to help out.

It’s a gamble , he’s wicked busy and I’ll take any help I can get . I need to see the relay wipers so I can compare with mine. Thanks for the response and any help you can lend.

#6 1 year ago

Most of this can be figured out from the schematic. Look up the relay. See how many and of what type the switches are. Find the switches on the schematic. Note the wire colors. Write it down and compare to yours.

#7 1 year ago
Quoted from newmantjn:

Most of this can be figured out from the schematic. Look up the relay. See how many and of what type the switches are. Find the switches on the schematic. Note the wire colors. Write it down and compare to yours.

Original schematic is yellow with blue ink and webbing , very difficult for me to read it , which is why I asked for a pic

#8 1 year ago

As soon as I get home from work, I'll pull the machine out and take images of it for you and I'll keep it handy until you get your machine fixed.

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#10 1 year ago

That is a really cool schematic. Those are called blue line prints. Some people call them "blueprints" which technically isn't correct. The only time I have seen those in a game was in a sample game. What is the serial number of your game?

By the way, the "S" armature colors look to be WHite-YELlow-BRown and WHite ORange BLacK.

If you do indeed have a sample game, colors on other games may not match.

#11 1 year ago

Ok, I removed the motor board out of the cabinet so I could take better pictures, see attached. Sorry that its so dirty but the machine has been unloved for 20 plus years but, its a worthy restoration project. [ I've posted some other images in the general EM section as there are a couple of questions I'd like answered]

If these dont help, or you need more, let me know.

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#12 1 year ago

Thankyou for the pics I’ll dive into it tomorrow. It’s the gaps on the switches I’m really focusing in on

#13 1 year ago
Quoted from Classicpinballs:

I removed the motor board out of the cabinet so I could take better pictures

What a trooper! I upvoted your post.

#14 1 year ago
Quoted from HowardR:

What a trooper! I upvoted your post.

Trouper!

#15 1 year ago

Tried to fix still stumped. Can’t see switch gaps under the blade spacers . Here is what mine looks like not engaged. Also when you manually trip the relay it isn’t very strong like the others on the bank. Spring is there not sure why it moved 3/4 if the distance as the other relays.

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#16 1 year ago

Ok. Don't worry. As soon as I get back from work later today, I'll take more images with it in both settings and hopefully this will get you out of trouble.
I have a brand new schematic if you need a snippet from it if that helps? Let me know...

#17 1 year ago
Quoted from Classicpinballs:

Ok. Don't worry. As soon as I get back from work later today, I'll take more images with it in both settings and hopefully this will get you out of trouble.
I have a brand new schematic if you need a snippet from it if that helps? Let me know...

Yes a schematic pic would help mine is hard to read with my old eyes . Thankyou !!

#18 1 year ago

Super Duper Grouper Scooper!

#19 1 year ago

Sorry for the wait, work gets in the way of things.

Here are more images. I've tried cleaning the unit up a little to help identify things with it in the open and closed state. The snippets of the schematic all show the S relay areas though if these still don't help, just ask and we'll have another stab at it!

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#20 1 year ago
Quoted from 1974DeltaQueen:

Yes a schematic pic would help mine is hard to read with my old eyes . Thankyou !!

I think it's time to pull the motor board out and put a good spotlight on it.
It'll help your eyes and save your back too.

#21 1 year ago

Motor board out will get into this tomorrow. I appreciate all the help. THANK YOU

#22 1 year ago

S relay now spot on thanks to all who contributed ! Big shout out to Classicpinballs. GOOD GUY ALERT!

#23 1 year ago

That's great news! Happy to help.

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