(Topic ID: 147622)

Williams Space Shuttle Flipper Coil

By PinballCharlieNY

3 years ago

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  • Latest reply 3 years ago by CookyJar
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#1 3 years ago

Hi all
A friend has a Williams Space Shuttle that keeps frying the right flipper coil. The game will play for hours at a time and then flipper coil melts and the fuse blows. Any suggestions?

Does this wiring look correct?



#2 3 years ago

Need to see how the EOS Switch is wired into that coil.

#3 3 years ago

Will have to get a picture of that ..

#4 3 years ago


#5 3 years ago

Thank you!!! Will also post the EOS switch pic ..

1 month later
#6 3 years ago

Having a similar problem with my Space Shuttle. Want to see if you had that EOS pic and if you had a resolution to your problem.

#7 3 years ago

Found the end of stroke switch was loose and was touching the flipper housing causing a short and frying the coil...

#8 3 years ago

Not sure what caused mine to fry. Installed a new coil and double checked that the wiring was correct, playing fine so far.

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