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  • A model control box clean-up.

    I have just completed a re-wire of the boxes where I work on weekends. They are not as neat as some I have seen but compared to the way they were it is a big improvement. I have also been able to "understand" how the electrical system works now. As a former AMF guy the Brunswick wiring was always a mystery. I also re-drew the cct diagrams for our machines using the A2 drawing and a lot of Liquid Paper. As I only had a couple of hours each Sunday to do the work I think they ended up pretty good. I would like to further enhance the machines by adding the deck jam and turret jam indicator lights that someone else has done.
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    Sorry guys, the 1st pic uploaded upside down. I think you get the picture though!



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