(Topic ID: 299957)

Schematic help

By Ianballybingo

39 days ago



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  • Latest reply 26 days ago by bingobeast
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    #1 39 days ago

    Hello could someone please help me, understand what the difference colour wires represent on a schematic,ie always live, negative, switched live, negative.I would like to learn more about reading Bally Bingo schematics, is there a book or web site you can recommend. I have a basic understanding. Thanks in advance.

    #2 39 days ago

    Bally bingo

    #3 39 days ago

    You can start here: https://www.pinwiki.com/wiki/index.php?title=EM_Repair

    Not specific to bingos, but the concepts will carry over.

    #4 39 days ago

    Have you been to https://bingo.cdyn.com/? It's an excellent resource and guide written by another Pinsider.
    In particular you'll want to explore the many pages at https://bingo.cdyn.com/techno/howtheywork/.

    /Mark

    #5 38 days ago

    That "Pin Wiki" sure is a wealth of info
    TK

    #6 36 days ago

    Phil Hooper can explain it all. He is the best.
    Read his https://bingo.cdyn.com/techno/readschem/

    and everything will be clear.

    #7 36 days ago

    Yep, Phil's write up is the best
    Terry K

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    #8 27 days ago
    Quoted from bingobeast:

    Phil Hooper can explain it all. He is the best.
    Read his https://bingo.cdyn.com/techno/readschem/
    and everything will be clear.

    if that's true, let us know what you've been drinking. If it came from Islay, then it's the same stuff the guy was drinking when he wrote it

    when things on bingo.cdyn.com don't make any sense, send in a comment via the website or email to [email protected]. Much of the "how they work" stuff is too dense and needs a rewrite ... or at least move some of the tmi into rathole boxes so it can be ignored.

    #9 26 days ago

    It could be that some items are difficult to understand so don't be ashamed to improve those articles. I didn't see anything better and I did learn a lot of his site.

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