My Williams Gulfstream was set up for Free Play when I got it and it has all of the coin mechanisms removed from the coin door and all of the wiring is cut.
I just added a Williams Klondike to my "collection" and noticed the knocker feature whenever I get an add-a-ball reward. I remember that sound from my days hanging out in the local bowling alley playing pinball machines. I didn't notice that I missed that sound until I heard it again. I was wondering how to get it back on my Gulfstream. The Klondike has one functioning coin relay still mounted to the door so I can't use that as a guide for my Gulfstream.
I tested the knocker coil and it is fine. I just need help in determining if I can splice a couple of wires together on the back of the coin door to get the circuit working again. I'm apprehensive on messing with the wiring on my own. In getting that Klondike running like it should, I made it a big wooden box with lights for a period of time. My Gulfstream plays fine so part of me is saying leave well enough alone.
My machine is set up for add-a-ball. Match is set to off.
Any help would be appreciated.