Quote Originally Posted by Ruben.Vallinga View Post
I was wondering what was number 32, so it is an alternating current generator, thanks!
The flash does not fire under 6 volts.
because the conductive contacts lost power. I thought it was a changeover contact.
I had it replaced with a changeover relay, it did not work.
Now I know why, it was not a changeover contact, but an alternating current generator. can you still get new?
hopefully it works well with a working AC generator

No, that device is NO LONGER MADE. You see an orange blob at the top with wire hanging out? That is a coil. When energized, it swings the arm one way. Once it does, a small contact breaks connection and the arm swings back. When it swings back, contact makes again and the magnet gets energized so the arm swings again. It'll keep doing that.

It is supposed to vibrate and make noise. Buuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuummmmmm....

If you are handy with electronics, you could make sure the contact is clean and the coil is intact. Then perhaps rebuild it yourself. I would not put hope on finding it new or even new-old-stock. I'm sorry, it's seriously old....