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Williams Apollo photo request


By gottguy

4 years ago



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#2 4 years ago

Here's a few pics. Mine looks as bad as yours but this
machine runs like a timex. Someday I'll go all though it
but someone always playing it.
Not great pics at all. Let me know and I'll try to do better
or count down the labels to you.
Jimmiex

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#5 4 years ago

Some more pics. Mine is in very original condition but there may be enough
clues here.
The relays you asked about is a ten cent and a 25 cent relay.

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#12 4 years ago

Hey gottguy,
Sheeeesh, sent you the pics through the pinside
robot mailer but it seems to have bounced back and
went in my spam folder??
The kickers are jumped from the eos. Schematic notes
jumper "j" at the kicker switches.
Here's some pics
flippers are FL21-375/28-400
You should increase the gauge of wire and make sure it
is stranded, mine broke off several times til I did this.
Let me know, mine came as a huge project with an
extra populated playfield, so I have a few parts.
Jimmiex

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#16 4 years ago

Good deal. The eos and kicker wiring is just a way to get the power
to each, could be jumped from anywhere really.
I have plastics, but I picked the best for myself so the rest is
well.... yellowed and missing a lot of paint or broken.
I do have the wiring and relays etc. from the bottom of the
playfield, mostly wire, bare coils. You may have problems
with gate mech. got one of those.
Mine plays like a timex. Seems to never act up once I
dialed in the flipper wires.
I'll check later on the plastics and let me know which ones
you need.
Jimmiex

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