The "What is this part/Where is this from" Thread..

RudeDogg1

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I've got a non pinball what is it, treated myself to a new dewalt drill driver to replace my knackerd old one. I bought one of them sets with different drills and screw driver bits as I can never find any in the set there are these 2 plastic things called finders any idea what they are? Ill get a pic tomoz it's up me old dears ATM
 

BigIan

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I've got a non pinball what is it, treated myself to a new dewalt drill driver to replace my knackerd old one. I bought one of them sets with different drills and screw driver bits as I can never find any in the set there are these 2 plastic things called finders any idea what they are? Ill get a pic tomoz it's up me old dears ATM
Something like this ?


Slide the finder over the head of the screw basically to use as a guide to keep the driver from sliding off the screw. It is easier to just start the driver off slowly until it grabs into the material and then speed up
 

Steve

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Any ideas what this is, what does it do, and can I remove it and splice the wires back? I hate anything non-standard and this looks non-standard!

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Calimori

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I'd say that was non-standard. It looks like a 9 pin port off if a computer. Is it just connecting thing up? I doubt there is anything too magically going on unless it had some sort if dongle connected originally.


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