See Figure 411

If the TV monitor proves to be at fault, remove the monitor as shown in Figure 4-11

NORMALLY CLOSED (N.C.) CONTACTS

NORMALLY CLOSED (N.C.) CONTACTS

LIGHT-EMITTING DIODE IL.E.O.) CONTACTS

NORMALLY OPEN IN.0 1 CONTACTS

♦ Remove alt wires 1rom the suspected switch.

* Turn the switch counterclockwise while holding the cone-shaped nut oH the outside 01 Ihe game cabinet.

• tnslalt a new switch using the reverse procedure.

• Reconnect the harness wires-

LIGHT-EMITTING DIODE IL.E.O.) CONTACTS

NORMALLY OPEN IN.0 1 CONTACTS

♦ Remove alt wires 1rom the suspected switch.

* Turn the switch counterclockwise while holding the cone-shaped nut oH the outside 01 Ihe game cabinet.

• tnslalt a new switch using the reverse procedure.

• Reconnect the harness wires-

OOUBLE-POLE SINGLE-THROW ¡DPST) SWITCH WITH INTERNAL LED

Figure 4-10 LICON Switch Removal

1. Remove control panel. Unplug connector.

2. Remove play field Plexiglas shield.

3. Remove cardboard bezel.

4. Unplug TV monitor chassis connector and remove four carriage bolts on TV shelf assembly

5. Remove two eyebolt nuts.

6. Remove TV monitor.

Figure 4-11 T.V. Monitor Removal

4-8 ORBIT

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