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Wizard of OZ 75th Anniversary


By Tigixx

5 years ago



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#6 5 years ago

Thread lock is Loctite. It is OPTIONAL. May be nice, but is optional. The piece you found is called a coil stop. It goes on the flipper assembly on your game where the flipper coil is loose. It slides into the tube on the end of the flipper coil and then use the bolts to tighten it up with an Allen wrench.

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#7 5 years ago
Quoted from mountaingamer:

You can get it at any automotive or home improvement store - locktite or threadlock are the common names for it - get the blue color - it's not as strong as red. It prevents bolts from shaking loose. While your at it, look at the other flipper mechanisms on your game - WOZ has been known to shake the mechs loose - not just the bolts that came loose on yours, but also make sure the nut/bolts are tight holding the flipper shaft also.

Come on. Game's a week old. WOZ isn't known for shaking mechs loose; they are, obviously, not tightened properly in assembly, and then not caught in QA.

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