Transistor 42040

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Coin Mechanism Adjustments

Figure 9 shows the back side of the coin door assembly where the game's two coin mechanisms are mounted. Included is the lock-out coil assembly the lock-out wires are connected to this assembly but are hidden behind the coin mechs. During the attract mode the microcomputer energizes the lock-out coil, causing the lock-out wires to retract far enough to allow genuine coins to reach the coin box. But during the ready-to-play mode when the LED is lighted and during the play mode (and also when AC...