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What Coil for 115v Hold Relay on Flipper Parade?


By KingNine

2 years ago



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#2 2 years ago

It's probably the same as other games of this era, sorry I don't know offhand. However, you could just bend the contacts together and eliminate the coil. Put the game on a power strip to turn it on and off, you're good to go.

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