I am starting my first EM repair project and didn’t get far before needing some advice. I picked up a 1966 Williams Pitch and Bat project. When I power it up, the score motor runs continuously. After checking fuses, I did a visual inspection. The first thing I noticed was that there was just a single strand of a wire connected to what looked to be the melted inside of the coin meter. When I pulled the coin meter apart, I saw that the coil is crispy. It’s listed as the Total Play Meter on the schematics and it appears that the coil is a B-63-96, which I can't find any reference to from any pinball parts seller. However, the outside of the coin meter housing lists B-6396 as the part number, which leaves me wondering whether I was wrong in thinking B-63-96 was the number for the coil and instead the schematics listed the part number for the entire coin meter. As you can tell from the photos, any markings on my coil burned off a very long time ago. I'd be grateful for any information on the proper coil for the coin meter and suggestions on where to buy a replacement.
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