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"Welcome to the Circus!" - CV Club for Owners, Fans

By Dbaum88

5 years ago

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#200 3 years ago

I joined the CV club a few months ago. Due to circumstances, it is not currently set up to play. When I tested it, I noticed that the light board under the WOW letters has loose solder joints. It is obscured by the ringmaster mechanism. Is this board easy to get out? How would I do this?

1 year later
#400 2 years ago

On my CV, shots to the Acrobats ramp often fly off the ramp on the left side of the playfield. The game is level and pitched at 7 degrees. Any tips or tricks to keep the ball on the rails?

3 months later
#468 2 years ago
Quoted from bobukcat:

With regards to the metal guide that holds the Blue Nub of Death on the right side of the "SPIN" loop that is unobtanium https://pinside.com/pinball/forum/topic/wtb-cirqus-voltaire-center-ramp-metal-protector#post-3068129 and many people have been looking for over the years. I talked to Kerry at Mantis and he said he could definitely produce it but he needs someone to send one to him so he can get all the measurements, etc. You'd receive a spare for your efforts and would be helping many owners who don't have one on their games (yours truly included). If you're willing to lend yours out for a week or so please PM me or send a note directly to Kerry - thanks!

Excellent! I hope you find a donor.

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#501 2 years ago
Quoted from Aniraf:

It uses a different top plate? What is that one made out of? I don't understand why I can't just buy the damn thing from someone! Who originally made them?

Me, too!

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#526 2 years ago
Quoted from Aniraf:

The multiple you get from hitting the neon ramp a certain number of times.

I think that is Strike an Arc multi-ball.

1 year later
#902 4 months ago
Quoted from jasonbar:

Ah, gotcha.
I have the reversed part already.
I was considering drilling a lower hole in the ball guide on my game (sacrilege!!!), but that would put the screw head at just the wrong height, so the ball would bump it on every left-to-right ringmaster orbit.
The bracket's cheap enough that I could drill a new hole in it, punch a hole in the rubber, & press a PEM nut into it. Not too tricky.

There seems to be some demand for this part. Too bad PinBits or others are not making this part.

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#950 65 days ago

Still looking for part number 04-10253-1. That's the elusive guard-ball guide with blue bumper pad kit. Anyone have one to sell, or willing to fabricate one?

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