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6 years ago



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#640 4 years ago

Officially a member

https://pinside.com/pinball/forum/topic/picked-up-two-sys-11-grails-today

Question, I was playing this morning and a small part of one of the Yellow Oblong Target Faces broke off... I've been looking for a replacement and can't find. The closest is this - but all I really need is the plastic target itself (and not sure this is even the right part, might be for newer Bally/Williams):

http://www.marcospecialties.com/pinball-parts/A-18530-6

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#685 4 years ago

Okay, probably a Noob question... My upper flipper isn't going fully back all of a sudden. It works fine otherwise, but when I release it - it's sitting about a centimeter short of its resting position, which is causing trouble when I launch the ball and also partially obstructing the far right shot.

Does it need lubrication possibly? Or adjustment (when I open the glass it can be easily pushed back).

#687 4 years ago
Quoted from toyotaboy:

Either clean / replace the coil sleeve, or see that the return spring has enough force and isn't binding against something. In fact I would manually move it with the machine off, and see how much it resists returning under the playfield.

Okay - thanks!

#688 4 years ago
Quoted from toyotaboy:

Either clean / replace the coil sleeve, or see that the return spring has enough force and isn't binding against something. In fact I would manually move it with the machine off, and see how much it resists returning under the playfield.
Or there's the possibility the flipper bat isn't set at the right angle (sometimes the nut loosens). I would also try manually pushing the flipper back all the way, then tighten down the nut.

It was the spring - easy fix. Thanks again.

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