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Genco Shuffleboard Scoreboard

By Pinball_Physics

1 year ago



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    #1 1 year ago

    I’m hoping to find a schematic for this scoreboard. My main box is intact and complete but it is missing the scoring push buttons and coin box. There are just four stepper units inside the scoreboard so that is simple enough to go through. But a tag inside says 110 V is common on each circuit. I don’t want to randomly cross wires to see what each input wire does. Even without a schematic perhaps if someone has a functioning unit they could tell me more about connecting the scoring push buttons and the coin box.

    My glasses are both flaking badly so I’m hoping someone can provide a good, straight on image of one.

    You can read details about this scoreboard on the Internet Pinball Database. The pictures found there are actually of my box but I did not load them there. I bought this from an antique dealer and I doubt they did either. I wonder who put those pictures on IPDB. Odd coincidence. Thanks.

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    #2 1 year ago

    I forgot to mention, it’s a Genco Shuffleboard Scoreboard.

    #3 1 year ago

    Interesting little piece.
    Years back I rewired an American Shuffleboard Scoreboard, but it
    wasn't like your Genco. I believe the transformer reduced 50V for the
    coils, and 6V for the bulbs. It appears maybe the Genco only reduces
    6V for the bulbs, and the coils are 110V (115V)..

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    #4 1 year ago
    Quoted from Pinball_Physics:

    I bought this from an antique dealer and I doubt they did either. I wonder who put those pictures on IPDB.

    Hi, I was surfing today and saw this thread. The pics were on ebay and I contacted the seller who gave me permission to show them on the IPDB.

    If you find a schematic or other documentation, please consider letting us host them as PDF for others to enjoy.

    Thank you.

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