(Topic ID: 115263)

How to change coin door swich wire/actuator


By DnDPins

4 years ago



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#1 4 years ago

I need to use an unused coin door switch actuator for my end of ball trough switch (original broke off) but need to confirm the safest way to remove and replace. Are there some special tools required or just jewelers screwdriver and pliers?

Thanks,
Dave

#2 4 years ago

Phillips and a 1/4 inch or 5/16 nut driver. Really depends on the maker of the door, they differ/
Chad

edit: read the thread wrong. small flat screw driver and needle nose to to recrimp on..

#3 4 years ago

CoinMicroswitch.jpg

It looks close to this except the wire is between the gold ring and has a black retaining ring on top.

#4 4 years ago

OK...the jewelers screwdriver worked to remove it...now hopefully I do not have a problem putting the top ring back.

Thanks Chad.

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