(Topic ID: 116257)

Data East Right Flipper Wiring - LAH


By ImageStudio

4 years ago



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#1 4 years ago

I have a Last Action Hero pin that has had some modification at some time in it's life. I have been rebuilding/replacing the flippers, switches and coils. This pin currently has a double post flipper switch for the right flipper. Two black wires were twisted together and soldered on one post. The manual calls for a four post switch for the right. I cannot seem to locate a picture indicating the correct wiring. Also, there are only three wires. A picture of the wiring would be very helpful. I have included two pictures. One of the three wires and one of the switches. Original switch (left) next to the four post (right) referenced in the manual. Thanks!
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#2 4 years ago

Hmmm There is only one right flipper, So the switch on the left should be the proper switch no need for 2 leaf switch's for one flipper, If there was more then one flipper then the 2 switch's would be needed. How is the left flipper switch wired? The right should be the same. Why change it is the game not functioning properly with it or am I missing something?

#3 4 years ago

The right flipper has been dropping out. This behavior was happening before the coil replacement. I was able to test it by directly touching the leads and the flipper engaged. I believe the issue is the switch. That said, when I ordered a replacement I used the part number listed in the manual - that's what it called for. I agree, seems like the standard two post is sufficient. I want a make sure I was not missing something.

#4 4 years ago

I'll take a picture tonight unless someone beats me to it.

#5 4 years ago

Thank you - much appreciated!

#6 4 years ago

Had the same issue, replaced the switch and cabinet buttons and solved it.

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#7 4 years ago

Awesome - pictures speak volumes. I can now finish this in confidence. Your help is very much appreciated. BRTLKAT thanks for getting this thread going.

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