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    Talking In desperate NEED for a motor

    I am 1 week old pachinko baby. Well 46 to be correct

    I have bought a 2002 Pachinko knowingly that had problems. I finally open it today to investigate and found out that the ball shooter motor is no good. When you turn the knob, you can hear the motor making a grinding noise and wont turn the hammer or launcher.
    I will attach some photos of the motor i need. It come in 2 parts but i think the second part is the culprit.
    Please Please someone tell me where i can find this motor. I found something similar on amazon but it come with 2 wires only. There is another one that comes with 4 wires but it is 120V. I will paste the links if allowed.

    Any help is well appreciated.

    This is Amazon https://www.amazon.ca/Honeywell-EQ-Z...08545646&psc=1

    This is Newark

    https://canada.newark.com/allied-mot...ctromechanical


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    Default Re: In desperate NEED for a motor

    Hmmm.
    I can't be much help in telling you where to get a motor. But I can say. Don't get either of those.

    The 24v one is listed as 6/5 rpm which is 1.2 turns a minute. The second is 250 rpm which is way to fast. If the motor cam is only one lobe (some are 3) you really.want something between 50-70 rpm.
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    Default Re: In desperate NEED for a motor

    When things don't go right the 1st time , Step back ,Take a break and come back renewed. RGS

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    Default Re: In desperate NEED for a motor

    You need a parts machine donor to find that specific motor; unfortunately the shooters are probably the weakest link on these older machines.

    Just like that lot of 6 hanemonos on eBay right now; 2 of the 6 have dud shooters like yours Odds arenít so good. Heiwa machines of this era have a board for the shooter that goes bad but thatís another story.

    Good luck! I hope you didnít end up paying very much; because parts machines of this era are basically worthless or worth maybe $20

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    Default Re: In desperate NEED for a motor

    I paid $100 Canadian.
    It is not in bad condition accept the shooter motor. I will try to open the motor and see if i can rebuild it. I wish i new the exact specs for that motor.
    I would be awesome if that can turn in to manual shooter.

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    Quote Originally Posted by noxowner999 View Post
    I paid $100 Canadian.
    It is not in bad condition accept the shooter motor. I will try to open the motor and see if i can rebuild it. I wish i new the exact specs for that motor.
    I would be awesome if that can turn in to manual shooter.
    That would be pretty cool!

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    I finally opened the motor and it looks promising. I am not expert on how this motors work but i found out that the magnet was separated from the plastic shaft. Last night I applied some epoxy glue and will test it in the next 2 hours. I want to so badly for my son to play with it.
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    Good luck. I hope it works.
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    Default Re: In desperate NEED for a motor

    IT DID WORK
    Apparently that was the issue. Magnet getting separated from the plastic shaft. For anyone that might have this problem, no worry. The motor is very easy to open and fix. Just make sure you use good epoxy paste not simple glue.
    I am hooked to this machines and wife hates me already...

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    Default Re: In desperate NEED for a motor

    Quote Originally Posted by noxowner999 View Post
    IT DID WORK
    Apparently that was the issue. Magnet getting separated from the plastic shaft. For anyone that might have this problem, no worry. The motor is very easy to open and fix. Just make sure you use good epoxy paste not simple glue.
    I am hooked to this machines and wife hates me already...
    Good to know! Iíve got a couple machines with the same frame.

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