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Coin door interlock switch, 1-circuit (2-wire). Used as memory-protect switch in many solid-state games including Williams, late-model Bally, Data East, Sega, and more. Also used as self-test and memory clear button in Stern solid-state games 1977-1985. Momentary contact, single-pole, double-throw pushbutton switch. Contacts rated 0.1 amp at 125VAC. Has three 0.187-inch wide spade terminals (common, normally-open, normally-closed). Replaces Bally/Williams # 27-1111, Cherry # E68 & E68-00A-.1A, Lamb # PP1, Williams # 05-9268, and similar others. Fits in coin door frame or interior-mounted switch bracket with rectangular opening measuring approx. 1-1/8 inches long and 5/8 inches wide.
Coin Door Interlock Switch - 1 Circuit:|
Price: $9.75 each
Status: In Stock
Part #: PP1
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Used In The Following Games: (The list below may not be complete, and it's accuracy is not guaranteed. Contact us if you have any questions.)
BALLY: Addams Family, Addams Family Gold, Elvira and the Party Monsters, Game Show, Gilligan's Island, more
STERN: Big Game, Cheetah, Dracula, Flight 2000, Freefall, Galaxy, Hot Hand, Lectronamo, Lightning, Magic, Memory Lane, Meteor, Nine Ball, Pinball, Seawitch, Trident, more
WILLIAMS: Big Guns, Black Knight, Black Knight 2000, Comet, Contact, Cosmic Gunfight, Cyclone, Disco Fever, Earthshaker, F-14 Tomcat, Fire!, Firepower, Firepower II, Flash, Getaway, Gorgar, Grand Lizard, High Speed, Hot Tip, Jungle Lord, Laser Ball, Lucky Seven, Millionaire, Pharaoh, Phoenix (1978), PinBot, Pokerino, Road Kings, Solar Fire, Sorcerer, Space Shuttle, Space Station, Stellar Wars, Swords of Fury, Time Fantasy, Time Warp, Whirlwind, World Cup, more