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Ac/Dc Luci LE need suggestions

By miztar

2 years ago

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    #1 2 years ago

    I just picked up the Luci Ac/dc and have these 2 problems in the pictures... the ball gets stuck on the right ramp because of the cannon wire shown in the picture (it comes free when cannon moves)... the other is gets stuck up in the whole Latta Rosie section as shown in the pic it happens almost every other game! Any suggestions or help to fix this? Thanks!

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    #2 2 years ago

    For the rollovers, what is the pitch of your playfield? If it's not steep enough, that can happen. It doesn't look like the rubber is touching it. HOWEVER if someone shopped it, they may have put the wrong size rubbers on the posts. The top and bottom ARE NOT SUPPOSED TO BE THE SAME. Top are 3/16", bottom are 5/16" and the one on the far right lower should be 3/4".

    On the second one that cannon cable has a cutout where the plastic ends right above where it's resting now, I think. There should also be two clips on the side of the cannon that hold the cable close to it until it guides the cable into that empty cutout space. You should be able to move the cable up and into that spot to hold it out of the way.

    If you're missing the two white clips on the side of the cannon to hold the cable, that could be your problem. If you take the screw off on the end of that ramp so you can move it out of the way, you can take a better pic of the side of the cannon.

    AC/DC Luci isn't an LE, BTW. It's a Premium or a Vault Premium.

    #3 2 years ago

    yup crank up those back legs some.

    #4 2 years ago

    Move the wire out of the way.

    If your game isn’t steep, make it steeper. Front legs all the way in. Back legs almost all the way out.

    If the ball still gets stuck in that switch groove, put Mylar down across the part the ball is getting stuck. That should fix it.

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