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  • 82/70 B-model machines

    I have recently moved to a new house. I assume they are B-model 70's because of the old latch style on the spotting arm. Actually my Question is, next to the power plug I have a small 4 inch by 1.5 inch box with a couple of wires coming out of it and I do not know what it is. I have trien to chase it, but it goes under the down rails. I do know it is nor connected to the An&c box. Does any one know what it could be???
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    Re: 82/70 B-model machines

    I believe it is the solonoid for the spotting arm.

    You are working on double solonoid machines.

    You can convert them to single solonoid machines if you wish.

    Jerry

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    • #3
      Re: 82/70 B-model machines

      That is not the second solonoid for the spotting. The second solonoid is located just above the arm.
      This box has no ties to the that solonoid. That much I do know. Ant the fact that it is not a solonoid. It is located exactly 3/4 of an inch from the main power plug. and the wires do not go anywhere nere the that solonoid. There is speculation that it maybe part of the AccuScore system?????

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      • #4
        Re: 82/70 B-model machines

        Our B machines do not have a power plug. Instead, they are hard wired to the front wireway and have a standard light switch type toggle switch mounted next the flex cable. Perhaps yours have been converted.

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          Re: 82/70 B-model machines

          Another possibility is that the front lifts were wired so that they could be turned on manually from the back.

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