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My nsm consul 120 coin operated won't select can you help please

No selection light comes on even when the coin override button is pressed

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Hi, I had a similar problem with my conul 120 and found an open circuit resistor R14 56K this is in the control box bottom left hand side and is about 1 inch in length dark brown in colour with coloured bands green blue orange silver. You should be able to check this with a multimeter. This resistor allows the stored pulse from the core memory to pass through at the exact time the carriage is in line with that selection. Well I think that's how it works. Worth a try. Have a look at http://www.radiomuseum.org/r/nsm_loewen_consul_120.html and you may be able to pull off the schematics.

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NSM consul 120 selection problem


Hi, I had a similar problem with my conul 120 and found an open circuit resistor R14 56K this is in the control box bottom left hand side and is about 1 inch in length dark brown in colour with coloured bands green blue orange silver. You should be able to check this with a multimeter. This resistor allows the stored pulse from the core memory to pass through at the exact time the carriage is in line with that selection. Well I think that's how it works. Worth a try. Have a look at http://www.radiomuseum.org/r/nsm_loewen_consul_120.html and you may be able to pull off the schematics.

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HB88RC timer manual:
http://waterheatertimer.org/pdf/hb88rc.pdf

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Install AA battery in timer so display will show, and you can program

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Press day button until current day displays.
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Press PROG button until 1 ON displays
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Match days with ON time: so press day button until all days show: MO TU WE TH FR SA SU
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Then press 094 H 200 H. When you have finished push the maintenance button back in and the credits should show as 99 and should stay at 99 even when a selection is made.

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When you open the front, up by the small strip light at the top is the maintenance/service switch. Pull it out and the display will change to P ##.

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