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Re: Rock-ola 1930s pinball parts

Posted: Thu Apr 11, 2019 1:57 pm
by coppinpr
That was my first thought, and I searched to see if one existed but found none. Problem was I suspect you can't patent the concept only the design which could easily be "slightly" changed to avoid the patent. Most of the pinballs I had back in the 1970s used the standard mercury switch, but I remember many with the metal pendulum hanging in a metal ring which cut out the power if the two touched.

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