(Topic ID: 204808)

Looking for Trough Switch - Embryon


By smileymatthew

2 years ago



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#1 2 years ago

Looking for this critter - It's a switch in the outhole - the first of three. Appears mine is broken internally. Wasn't able to find a part number. It's a bit thicker (and the wire form on it is a bit unique) than a standard switch of this kind. Any ideas? Pretty sure Bally used this is all of their multiball games of the era.

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#2 2 years ago

I'm fairly certain that these are the same as Bally coin switches from the same era. Switch actuator is different, but the base switch is the same. They may still be available for Suzo / Happ, although I don't have the part number handy.

Jim

#3 2 years ago

Actually, they do look a lot like a coin door switch now that you mention it! Thanks for the input. Not sure if they are even available, but worth a shot!

4 months later
#6 1 year ago

Would these work? https://www.adafruit.com/product/820

A lot cheaper and seems to secure the wire better.

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