Posted on July 28, 2021July 28, 2021 by Sean Data East Star Wars – Inside The guts of the machine. A peek behind the curtain. The raised playfieldThe cabinet floorCoin door insideLeft flipper button and start buttonRight flipper button and shifter assemblyClose-up on the shifter assemblyThe power input box and volume control (the long post in the center)The center speaker on the floor of the cabinetTransformerThe kicker and strike plateThe tilt plumb on the left side of the cabinetThe flipper control boardThese cabinets originally had a paper divider behind the coin box. Very few still have them today. Mine has just these scraps.This is on the right side above the power input box. Not sure if this was part of the paper divider.The flipper assembliesThe kicker to put the ball into the shooter laneShooter that launches the ball into playLabel on the underside of the playfield with manufacture datePanel holding the lights for the STAR WARS letters and C-3P0 eyes and mouthKicker for the left Force scoopKicker for the right Sarlacc scoopFour bumpersR2-D2 motorDeath Star motorR2-D2 kickerUpper field under R2-D2 and Death StarSafety strap on the cab floor to hold the playfield uprightThat little hole by the brown wire is where there should be a hook for the safety strapBack box with the glass removed showing the light panelThe back lights on.Power supply board. This one’s been replaced, all the other boards are original.CPU board with batteries for RAM to save settings and high scoresPPB boardSound board. beep boop.Display board behind the dot-matix displayLeft speakerRight speakerBack of the back glassTop of the back box. These originally had a Darth Vader topper. Mine did not come with the topper, and the ceiling in my basement is short, so I will not be replacing it.Serial number in the cabinet. All boards (other than the replaced power supply board) have matching numbers.