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Most coil part numbers indicate the make up of the coil. Usually the first letter or two indicates the type of sleeve or the position of the lugs. The next part of the number is the wire gauge, and the last part is the number of turns. Because flipper coils have two windings, the part number has two pairs of gauges and turns. For example a Williams chime coil A2-26-1300 has 1,300 turns of #26 wire. Gottlieb is the exception and their coil part numbers sadly do not give any such information.
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