Flipper End of Stroke (EOS) switch that is Normally Open.(NO)
Low current, gold contact switch lets the computer know that the flipper plunger has pulled in.
It is a secondary backup, and can affect game play if missing, or broken.
Very usual to find the long blade broken off, due to fatigue.
Found on all Williams from 1992-(Getaway) to end of production.
Found on all Bally from 1992-(Addams Family) to end of production.
Williams: SW-1A-194 (miss-labeled in some manuals as 193)
2-3/4″ overall length.
Long blade measures 1-1/2″ from forward end of stack to tip.