(Topic ID: 118453)

Roto target wiring photo


By Pin-one

4 years ago



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#1 4 years ago

I have a hanging wire on the roto target. Can anyone provide a photo of the wiring?image.jpg

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#2 4 years ago

Hi , i have the same problem . I think i put one wire in the wrong spot and now i have scoring issue . Can you post a better picture of the wiring so I can see where I went wrong . Nobody answered my post either . Maybe together we can figure it out . Tks

#3 4 years ago
Quoted from steamfitter:

Hi , i have the same problem . I think i put one wire in the wrong spot and now i have scoring issue . Can you post a better picture of the wiring so I can see where I went wrong . Nobody answered my post either . Maybe together we can figure it out . Tks

I will get a better picture and post tomorrow.

#4 4 years ago

Hey there ~ I'm not sure if this will help, but here are a few pictures of the roto target on my Close Encounters. It's an EM though, so it might not be applicable. The wiring looks different than yours. I just picked it up around the holidays, and I don't know if it works properly. However, all of the wiring looks intact.

I did just order the schematics too. Let me know if I can get other pictures or help out in some way.

Thanks ~ Matt

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#6 4 years ago

Looks like you are also missing the "triangle" piece...unless that's different on the SS versions of the roto

#7 4 years ago

Thanks wiredoug. All is good now. Don't think the triangle thing matters. It's working and scoring.

#8 4 years ago

Just fixed mine , pretty simple ( after checking pics ) . Two wires per contact , one wire to the two spring loaded contact the other wire to the two sleeves of the spring loaded contact . And one contact goes to ground , one wire from sleeve one wire from spring loaded contact . So the one that is missing a wire either on sleeve or spring that's where it goes . Just hope I didn't make this more confusing .

#9 4 years ago
Quoted from Pin-one:

Don't think the triangle thing matters.

You might wear out that bakelite without it, then you'd need to find a whole new disc. Pretty common part (the triangle) I'd try and get one just to save the wear.

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