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    I'm restoring my first Pachinko machine. On my Type B "Power Flash" machine, can someone tell me what the industry standard incandescent bulb/lamp numbers are for each of the bulbs that are in that machine? I only seem to have two bulbs in my machine. There's one at the top left corner by the "Queen" and one up by the "King" in the top right corner. Can someone tell me what the industry trade numbers for those 10V lamps are? Also when are they supposed to illuminate and are they supposed to be self-flashing or are they supposed to remain lit when activated? The previous owner had two different bulbs in there and the numbers are difficult to read. I'll try and see if I can read them with a better magnifier.
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    Default Re: Bulb numbers

    I believe they are e-10 bulbs, screw type. I also would guess you have more light (s) in the jackpot. It would be nice to see the full back in a picture.

    The experts can say when the lights turn on, but usually those in the corner turn on for no more balls... but you have to see how your pachinko is wired. What a nice one!
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    Thanks for your reply. However E10 is merely the screw type base designation which I was already aware and not the industry "trade" number designation for the incandescent lamp/bulb itself that was the original part. Unfortunately E10 doesn't answer my question.

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    Default Re: Bulb numbers

    I use the 12volt bulbs. W577-5. Work great with a 24 volt center tap transformer as the powerflash needs 24 volt for the solenoids.
    Queen lights for low ball indication, king flashes on win. No center jackpot light unless added.

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    I could look at mine...but, I'm pretty certain they have been replaced.
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