We own a pinball bar in portland and operate games around town. We have recently received two new Monster Bash remakes and also own two AFM remakes. ALL FOUR of our machines have an inconsistent scoop kickout. Meaning sometimes it hits the middle of the flipper like it should, sometimes it hits the very tip of the flipper making a slap save possible, and other times it just rockets down the center (this is happening way too often). It has elicited a ton of customer complaints, especially because those scoops are very necessary to hit throughout the game. We have tried everything we can think of, in the settings, testing to make sure the coil is getting consistent current, etc. Eventually we just sorts hand-bent the scoop on one of our AFMs to alter its directory. Works better now, still not 100%. Wondering if anyone else has experienced similar issues, and what have y'all done about it? Our MBs are really starting to get bad, it probably throws it down the drain 75% now (but feels like 100% to customers).
After a disaster in our datacenter took down our server, we are now running Pinside on a brand new server. However, things may not work as expected as we are still polishing the playfield and adjusting some switches! We might be switching to maintenance mode a few times. Please see this forum topic for more info.