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Allies liesure cocktail machine issue ?

By Milltown

7 years ago


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#1 7 years ago

I have hearts spades cocktail from allied liesure... and I'm unsure on something here ?
Not always or every game but during play could be ball 1 to 5 . Say ball 2 loads .. game plays but with no chimes or scoring.. but kickers . Slingshot flippers . Everything works but no score and when ball drains it doesn't count .. say it happens on ball 2 .. it does this .. then stil plays on ball 2 ?.it's odd . And gane will continue just fine.I'm unsure on this?
Almost like it is suppose to do this ? But can't find info on it. ? I've only had it for 5 days .worked out sevral buggs but Im stumped... any info very appreciated .

#2 7 years ago

For future reference,

The trough lane switch has to close before any scoring will occur. That's how it knows the playfield is valid. If the ball drains again before that switch closes, then it will just kick it back out, thinking it didn't eject properly in the first place.

Check that switch.

#3 7 years ago

Makes sense . I'm on it.. thank u...

#4 7 years ago

Had same problem, won't score or chime if you don't trigger trough switch.

#5 7 years ago

In fact it was this switch.. happy was way to far.. thank u

#6 7 years ago

This looks like a battery ?? Plus side negative side ? Is it only for credits ?

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#7 7 years ago

Capacitor

#8 7 years ago

That is a filter capacitor. They usually filter a particular voltage so it doesn't ripple/fluctuate. Is it connected to anything? From the photo, it doesn't look like it.

#9 7 years ago

Thats a filter cap, used for the 5VDC supply, if I remember right.

#10 7 years ago

It has wire leads that are wrapped aroudn the lugs and then run to the board. Thats how they were installed from the factory.

#11 7 years ago

Ok good to know.. IL take a look further to confirm.. this machine is a slightly different beast ...

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