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Reading Bikini schematic question

By smohr

1 year ago

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#1 1 year ago

Hi, Im tracing wires to the CAM SW 4D. On the schematic, I see where the sw is located and identified. My question is, the Cam SW with wire 90-9 that I am pointing to with a letter opener... what switch is that, should there be additional identification information that is missing on the schematic?


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#2 1 year ago

Its the "Coin switch'........... not a cam switch. See picture below.

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#3 1 year ago

Ahhh, that really makes sense now.. thank you!

#4 1 year ago

sometimes the schematic is lacking detail (e.g. just says "cam 3" instead of "cam 3A" and you can try matching the wire colors on the schematic to the information in the manual to see which switch is the one you care about.

typically you do that when you can't tell what the wire colors are because they all look grey ... then just hope the manual is right. There's errors in the manuals, especially the ones from the 1970's games.

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