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    Anyone got a part number for one of these?

    On an Sega Apollo 13 [emoji106]


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    @Axebandit ??


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      #3
      AxedBandit ??

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        #4
        Errr, bodged-up Christmas light?

        You sure that is original, it looks pretty sus to me?
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          #5
          Originally posted by furballx View Post
          Errr, bodged-up Christmas light?

          You sure that is original, it looks pretty sus to me?
          Not the first SEGA/Whitestar Ive seen it on. [emoji2369]

          Tends to be on motors etc. There are about 3 in Apollo 13, seen them on Stern Playboys as well.

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          Last edited by HighTower; 18 June 2019, 06:10 PM.

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            #6
            NE-2H perhaps

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              #7
              Originally posted by Johns-Arcade View Post
              NE-2H perhaps
              ne-1no ?

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                #8
                Originally posted by wiredoug View Post
                ne-1no ?
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                  #9
                  Either an old Neon globe or a Mercury tilt switch globe. A bit hard to tell from the photo. I'll settle on it being a neon globe to absorb over currant from something.

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                    #10
                    You're all correct, seems like its a neon globe.
                    Surprisingly most electronic shops still stock them as they seem to be used in some of their high-school kits.

                    Learn something new everyday, thanks everyone for the assistance.

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                      #11
                      It would be most unlikely to be faulty, unless it has leaked the neon gas. They are high voltage 70-240 ac/dc volt range depending on type.

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                        #12
                        Originally posted by Gemini2544 View Post
                        It would be most unlikely to be faulty, unless it has leaked the neon gas. They are high voltage 70-240 ac/dc volt range depending on type.
                        Yeah I think you're right. The one I'm replacing is actually cracked and broken (definitely kaput), the posted pic was just as a reference.
                        Seems the one on the shuttle motor is the same as the broken one on the moon motor, rated at 120V.

                        Once I knew what I was looking at it ended up being pretty easy to chase down. Jaycar Electronics have them in different colors even - not that it matters of course.

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                          #13
                          Just thought I'd add this here for future thread readers. Noticed the part today while part hunting and remembered this thread.

                          Part number is 165-5021-00

                          and some links:

                          https://www.pinballlife.com/neon-bul...ividually.html

                          https://www.marcospecialties.com/pin...ts/165-5021-00
                          Eschew the standard. Turn the paradigm upside down.

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