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System 11 Club !


By mof

6 years ago



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#711 4 years ago

Cross posting my wiring WTB here in case someone has some sys 11 wiring they don't need.

I have a project pinbot with some fried wiring from the transformer to the head. Looking for a replacement harness before I look to create the harness. From what I understand this harness is the same for all sys 11 games.

https://pinside.com/pinball/forum/topic/wtb-system-11-power-wiring-harness#post-2039188

#714 4 years ago
Quoted from Inkochnito:

Now this is why I sell my Bridge Boards!

Thanks for the info Peter. Looks like this makes fixing the design issues much easier. I'm at something of a stand still until I can get/make replacement wiring, but once I clear that hurdle I'll have to look at getting one or more of these. Might have to try one on my BK in the meantime.

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#821 4 years ago
Quoted from Inkochnito:

Now this is why I sell my Bridge Boards!
My Bridge Board prevents this kind of problems.

Shout out to Inkochnito for his bridge board. Bought one for the PinBot (still need the bits of wiring/connectors that connect to it) since I was going need to replace rectifiers and cap anyways.

After seeing what the bad power design did to PinBot, and not wanting my BK to see the same, I just install one of the boards in BK. Man is this thing easy to put in - took about 15 min total. I dislike soldering, so the design made it a no brainer to install. While I didn't really have any problems to solve in this case, it did clear up some buzz and its nice knowing its protected as it should be. Have another for F14 (currently in the hanger).

Given adding the fuse protection is something I'd want/have/recommend to do anyways (forgot about my TFTC), getting this protection in a package that includes new parts, requires no soldering, and saves time/frustration adding the protection, makes it a great value.

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