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Can Willy Wonka Owners Please Answer this Question?

By solarvalue

1 year ago



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#1 1 year ago

Dear Willy Wonka owners,

Next time you have your playfield up can you please tell me if the mini-post marked below is a wood-screw or does it go through the playfield? And what is on the other side, a T-nut or a regular nylon nut?

Thanks so much

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#3 1 year ago

Thanks Lloyd, and a washer?

#5 1 year ago

That's very helpful, I appreciate it!

#6 1 year ago

I was wondering if anybody could help me. The large gobstopper in my machine has stopped rotating when you hit the gobstopper target. It was working a few days ago and it’s just stop. It’s not a fuse because the lock ball still rotates properly. I have done a coil test and it doesn’t seem to do anything. Does anybody have any ideas or suggestions?Thank you so much!

#7 1 year ago
Quoted from izboy:

Does anybody have any ideas or suggestions?

Did you check connectors under the playfield ? I know you check that the connectors were seated on the I/O board.

Next thing would be put a motor and see if you are getting 12 volts DC or not. If so suspect the motor. If not, check continuity of each wire back to the I/O board.

LTG : )

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