On Aug 28, 2023, at 7:46 AM, OPP <openpinba...@gmail.com> wrote:
I think you use cobrapin, so here is the generic wiring diagram link: https://pinballmakers.com/wiki/index.php?title=CobraPin
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Ok thanks, I understand that. It’s very simply! The switch just fires the coil. Perfect!
I also have an old Gotlieb Slingshot too. I’m guessing I just follow the same idea?
i.e Disconnect what’s there, wire the coil like the pop, keep the actuators wired together and use that as my switch signal
Thanks for all the info and that little nugget about the diode banding.
Is any of this documented anywhere? I’ve been watching Jan’s videos and I didn’t see anything about this.
Is the presumption everyone is using new pops that already come configured that way?
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Great advice! Thank you!
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On Aug 29, 2023, at 4:00 PM, cobra18t <tfule...@gmail.com> wrote:
My only concern with the top switch is that it was a power switch and those don't always make the best connections at low voltage. But OPP is right, it will likely be fine.
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Appreciate everyone’s help, I’ve now got this going.
Is there a place where something like this could be filed for others?
I struggled with this for awhile and this is such a simple fix to let anyone know.
I can’t possibly be the only one using old pop bumpers
Here is my pop showing 18 gauge coil wires and 22 gauge logic switch wires.
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