Early Stern / Bally spinner switches - NC or NO?

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Early Stern / Bally spinner switches - NC or NO?


By Snux

3 years ago



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#1 3 years ago

Can someone confirm that the spinner switches on early Bally / Stern machines (Flight 2000 in this particular case) are normally open, ie when the spinner is at rest?

The machine I picked up has a new CPR playfield in and I think the previous owner mounted the switches upside down because they're closed at rest...

thanks !
Mark

#2 3 years ago

Mine are open on Paragon and Space Invaders

#3 3 years ago

On all of our Ballys the spinner switch is always open. Longer leg of the switch with the hole in it for the hook/loop on the wireform passing through the playfield is below and lifts to create closed when the spinnner goes around.

#4 3 years ago

Cool, thanks! Confirmed my suspicion - the switches on mine are upside down

Nice to have an easy fix for a change

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