Replace the missing or damaged fibroid paper cover on your cabinet power switch with a solid shelled plastic piece. 3D printed to order, in your choice of color. (colors not in-stock will take an extra week to process, as I build up the color library. Black and natural ABS on hand right now.)
Price is a bit buggy right now. $15 per piece, will show up as correct in the shopping cart.
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Your early Williams System 3-7 machines have their main power switch just inside the coin door. Originally, these switches were covered by a layer of fibroid 'fish' paper, which is essentially non-conductive cardboard. 30 years later these are often missing or damaged.
To replace them, here is a 3D printed hard plastic cover that drops right in where the fibroid paper used to be. A notch is molded into the design to keep the original grounding braid in contact with the metal of the switch plate. Just unplug your machine, remove the screws holding down the switch, install the cover, and replace the screws. It took longer to type this than it takes to do the work.
I can only print a few things a day, so these may take a couple days to ship. Takes about 2.5 hours on the printer. Printed at .2mm resolution, so you will see some layer lines.
Currently have black and natural 'beige' ABS in stock, but I can take color requests too at no extra cost. It will just take a few extra days until the filament arrives until I can get them printed.
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