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Got yourself a classic 1992 Bally Doctor Who pinball? Did you know the first units coming off the assembly line had a moving Dalek robot? The bean cou...
You will need the Ultimate Dr Who Wobble Head Kit by diypinball(r) available at from http://wobbleheadkit.com
Using an 1/8" drill bit, drill a hole in the Dalek's head
The head is glued to the body. Pry it off using only your hands. Do not pull the robot's nose. Apply pressure between the bottom lip of the robot head...
Center the motor's bracket in the neck of the body. Note there are four screws that protrude a bit from the bracket that will help you center the brac...
There are four outside holes, mark them for drilling.
Drill the holes you just marked in the previous step
There are four large flat head screws that hold the motor assembly into the head. Ensure they are totally flat and remove any extra plastic squeeze-ou...
For shipping reasons, the control board isn't attached to the motor. Attach it now using two cap head screws and a 7/64” Hex Wrench.
The wobble head kit from http://wobbleheadkit.com comes with the servo already connected; however, should you accidentally disconnect it, you will wan...
Install the bracket within the Dalek head. Use the two supplied small flat head screws. Make sure the bracket faces the nose of the robot as shown.
Before installing the head to the Dalek, you'll want to put the fender washer under the bracket and the large pan head screw through it. Hold it upsid...
Make sure that the square in the bracket is sitting on the rod correctly, then once the screw is started, you can flip the robot right side up and tig...
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