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3-lamp PCB assembly C-13361

By AlexRogan84

3 years ago


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3-lamp PCB assembly C-13361

Added: 2020-12-20 03:26:29 UTC • Ended: January 31st, 2021

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I am looking for one C-13361 3-lamp PCB assembly. There are three of these on the Getaway and they are the boards that have the set of 3 traffic lights (red, yellow, green). One of my boards has a poor pin connector on the board and it is affecting my green bulb. None of the main parts websites seem to offer these that I could find, so I'm asking here. Let me know what you have, how much you want for it and where it is located (shipping to Guelph, Ontario, Canada). Thanks.


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#2 3 years ago

Have you tried reflowing the solder on the pins? Sometimes they can develop cracked solder joints due to handling or vibration.

#3 3 years ago
Quoted from ForceFlow:

Have you tried reflowing the solder on the pins? Sometimes they can develop cracked solder joints due to handling or vibration.

And does reflowing mean just heating up the little bit of solder already on the board around those pins or should I also be adding a little more new solder in there too?

Has one of the guys on here put a little how to video up showing this?

#4 3 years ago

Usually heating up, but sometimes adding just a little bit of new soldier.

Have you done any soldering before?

#5 3 years ago
Quoted from ForceFlow:

Usually heating up, but sometimes adding just a little bit of new soldier.
Have you done any soldering before?

Some. Mostly replacing coils or leaf switches. The sort of soldering where you don’t have to be very good at it or pretty. I’ve not worked on any boards before where it might be better not to be too sloppy. Advice? Less is more? Lower temperature setting on soldering iron?

#6 3 years ago

Less heat is needed on a PCB than a coil lug since there is less material that needs to be heated up.

#7 3 years ago

Makes sense. I'll start low and increase as needed. My soldering iron came with a dial from 1-5. Not entirely sure what setting corresponds to what temperature though, or whether it's that accurate. I'll just go with the patience until I see things change.

I think you're right about it being vibration related or just the machine jostling about. I put the playfield up and then carefully turned it back on and moved the plastic connector around with my finger while watching the lights. Sure enough, if I push over to one side of the connector, that light comes back on. So something definitely loose in there.

Funny too how I have noticed when you hit the flippers firmly, the lights in the backbox will flicker just a tiny amount in conjunction with the flippers. So either an electrical demand thing robbing just a little bit of the power, or a vibration thing when the flipper coils go. Similar flicker in one of my pop bumpers with the upper flipper. Although these have the LED rings in them and that might be loose in its own separate way. I have not had those apart to see how they were installed.

Thanks for your help with this.

#8 3 years ago
Quoted from AlexRogan84:

Although these have the LED rings in them and that might be loose in its own separate way.

There is a style of LED lighting for pop bumpers that activates/flashes upon vibration. There may be a settings dial or switch to enable/disable that on the underside of the lighting module.

#9 3 years ago

Hey, so I got the lights working again. Reflowing the solder on that one pin did the trick. Thanks for the help!

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#10 3 years ago

hi... i found this ones , pulled from BOP
Let me know if interested.
I can ship to Canada.
Thanks !

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#11 3 years ago
Quoted from XPABLO:

hi... i found this ones , pulled from BOP
Let me know if interested.
I can ship to Canada.
Thanks !
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Hey, thanks. I think I'm okay now with the ones I have. Would be nice to have a spare though. I don't think the lower/bigger one in your photo would work without modifying the connector somehow, but the upper/smaller one in your picture might. Hard to say without having it to try.

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