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  • Solenoid rebuild:

    Parts pool taken from 30's, 70's and 90's solenoids.

    The only part that can be used from the newer noids, (4 wire) is the coil and it has to be filed out in the middle to accommodate the armature slide rails.

    The 30's (110V) only and the 220V coils with the black and white wire and 2 contacts; all parts are compatible. It is very hard to drill the 1/4" hole in the 30's armature.

    Notice the broken and worn out bucking coils. We don't use these.



    Noid ready for assembly with good bucking coil.

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