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Gottlieb Grand Slam project

By Sodacrack

4 years ago



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#3 4 years ago
Quoted from fredsmythson:

It's probably a wire that shares a switch lug with another wire. Look for a switch lug that has bright solder, which might show a broken, shared solder joint. Also, other Gottlieb machines of the same era might use the same wiring color for the score motor switches. So, using other available schematics might help with the wire location...

Sorry, fredsmythson I normally agree with your advice but looks like there's a first time for everything. Soldering this wire to another one without understanding why is risky at best.

#5 4 years ago

Thanks for clarifying, fredsmythson

#8 4 years ago
Quoted from pinhead52:

Is the game functional/playing? If we knew what was broke you can then find the lead on the diagram. or somebody that has this game.

Yes

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