(Topic ID: 208306)

Jolly Roger wiring request


By PinPilot

1 year ago



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#1 1 year ago

Picture shows a disconnected red and yellow wire coming from the Set Up relay. Can anyone check their J.R. and tell me where it should be soldered?
2nd pic is the schematic for the Set Up relay. I can't read them well enough to figure it out.
Also, what are the small letters and numbers written inside the relay icon?

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#2 1 year ago

The numbers are the coil numbers. I don't know about the wire

#3 1 year ago

I'll check my Jolly Roger when I get home and report back unless somebody beats me to it.

#4 1 year ago
Quoted from danceline:

The numbers are the coil numbers. I don't know about the wire

How does "M 30 1400" relate to a coil number?

#5 1 year ago
Quoted from o-din:

I'll check my Jolly Roger when I get home and report back unless somebody beats me to it.

Thank you sir!

#6 1 year ago

Look at the picture you posted of the wire and look at the coil in the picture . It is the same number

#7 1 year ago

The schematic (at E30) shows that wire goes two places. A rollover switch on the playfield, and impulse switch D. So it just goes back into the wiring harness, not to something nearby, so it's just been cut randomly there. There's a loop of the same color wire below it in the picture, is there the other cut end on one end of that loop?

M 30 1400 is a coil PART number, not a number identifying which coil it is in the game. M is the bobbin type, 30 is the wire gauge, 1400 is the number of turns.

#8 1 year ago

Looks like you may just have an extra wire on there.

The letter is the bobbin size. The 30 is wire gauge. 1400 is the number of windings.

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#9 1 year ago

Thanks for all the help gentlemen! The game was playing fine, but I thought that wire should go somewhere.

On your J.R., does the playfield score reel reset to 10 at the start of a new game? Mine works, but stays wherever it last was when the previous game ended.

#10 1 year ago

I think it just stays where it is. Fun game! Very competitive.

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