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    We just purshed some masking unit and I've benn tying to find a way to hook up the !st and 2nd ball and Strike like up to 8230 should I hook them up to the R box or J box and what number are they?

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    Re: masking units

    hi,
    don't know if you've had any replies to this,
    but here goes.
    the pinlites are supplied via the "p"box which is the box sitting at the front of the machine above the catwalk. the terminals in the "p" box are:
    1st.ball - 22
    2nd.ball - 23
    strike - 24
    the earth return from these lites is term.25.

    regards,
    len.
    Regards,

    Len.

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      Re: masking units

      If you are installing a newer mask, you need to have the 1st ball light on all the time. Then the 'p' box wire is not on 22 for 1st ball, you may need to run a wire to the 'j' strip spare terminal (I think it is 32), then inside the 58-50 or 65-25, take a wire to 32? from the 12 volt trans terminal strip - i think this is #2. Voltage will then be on all the time.
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      • #4
        Re: masking units

        hey ted,
        if you're referring to the dimensions masking units i have added a diode to the pinlite pcb which allows the original wiring to be used. this turns the first ball lite off when the strike lite is on.
        it works on an 82-70 pcb as well.
        len.
        Regards,

        Len.

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