(Topic ID: 183397)

'Dialed In' by 'JJP'


By frankmac

2 years ago



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#1444 2 years ago
Quoted from crwjumper:

I have a possible factory wiring anomaly - when slightly pushing the right flipper button, the top flipper fires, and then when depressing it more the bottom one fires. Is this how this is supposed to be on this pin? On any other multi-flipper pin I've had, the bottom flipper fires first so you can cradle balls while still being able to use the top flipper. Please test yours and let me know. Thanks!

Nope, should be the other way round, lower first then upper.

It will be an easy fix but if I were you I'd contact JJP or the distributor to ask them (before you make any wiring changes).

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#1576 1 year ago
Quoted from TheLaw:

Wax + new balls.
Also cut mylar off magnet cores if they are covering but no rush

Just wondering why you recommend cutting the mylar off the magnet cores?

Thanks

1 year later
#1687 50 days ago

I found a steel flap just sitting on the playfield by the left loop on my Dialed In yesterday, I can not see anywhere is is missing from can any one else suggest where this has come from?

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#1694 47 days ago
Quoted from DeeGor:

Yeah, the trap door is notorious for lifting too high and snapping the flap off. There are workarounds in the DI club thread.

I can not find any workaround for this.

Do I need to get a new trapdoor?

#1697 46 days ago
Quoted from ralphs007:

I want through four trap doors in less than a year. Once I added the nut to the coil sleeve I haven't had a problem.
P.S
I did have to grind down the height of the nut, because a full nut was too much.

So I have a new trapdoor coming, is it easy to fit?

Also is the game OK to play without the flap or will the balls get 'nicked' up?

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