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By tonyhoff1

7 months ago



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#1 7 months ago

Hi guys. I need ALOT of help here. Never owned one of these pins and I have a lot of questions on this. I have never seen some of this stuff. And been working on pins for many years. Does any of this look like it should be here? Also does anyone have pictures to share if I need them. Thanks.

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#2 7 months ago

Well, I'm guessing that since microswitches were installed in place of the high voltage leaf switches for the flipper buttons, the board with the large heatsink on it is being used to trigger the flippers and only send low voltage to the microswitches. This reminds me of the flipper switch mod for TAF to go from leaf switches to opto switches.

Not sure what the other board might be for. Possibly a ticket dispenser? Or, if your game has a foreign coin door, it might have something to do with detecting/counting currency. Can you see what it connects to?

#3 7 months ago

To the coin door switches! Would you remove it all and put it back to stock?

#4 7 months ago

All flipper coils were changed to 23-800’s

#5 7 months ago
Quoted from tonyhoff1:

To the coin door switches! Would you remove it all and put it back to stock?

I would remove the coin door board and put that back to stock, but I might be tempted to leave the flipper switch mod in place. However, if something goes wrong with it, it might be more difficult to service the game in the future since there's no documentation on it.

#6 7 months ago

Can someone post some pics of the flipper switches and flipper coils for me to use as reference?

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