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Hengstler Counter - Number of Metal Leads

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Hello,I have been searching the forum to find the correct (screen accurate) number of metal contact tabs that should be used on the end of my Hengstler 400 counter's socket.<br><br>

I am referencing the thin metal leads that exit the Bakelite / plastic insulator that is on the rear of the counter socket. These are wire contacts, solder leads, socket contacts... not sure what to call them?<br><br>

I can't seem to find a definitive answer in the archives or photos of E11 builds.<br><br>

I have seen examples of counters with none of the metal leads populated. I have also seen counters with two of the metal leads in-place in the outermost positions, I have even seen counters with three leads used, one in each of the three positions.<br><br>

Thanks in advance!

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Shoot, just realized I posted this in the incorrect sub-forum. Darn, not sure how to ove to the E11 location.

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Stephen I understand that their should be two electrical connectors (one in each of the outermost positions).

Edited by Thrawn's guard

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I didn't think any of the screen used blasters had the metal prongs ? I may be wrong . I never got them on mine .

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Hum, perhaps my suspicions are confirmed and conflicting info is justified?

 

Perhaps a few more folks can wade into the fray with us.

 

Does anyone know of supporting screen captures that support one direction vs the other?

 

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