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Escape from the Lost World Club ~ Come on in!


By steve-o

2 years ago



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#101 82 days ago

I believe I've narrowed it down to being LED1 on the kicker sensor board. I have a friend coming over in the next few days to help me with it, so hopefully we can get it up and playing soon.

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#102 55 days ago

So I thought I’d update this and see if anyone here has any ideas.
Both LEDs on the kicker sensor board are working now, but the problem remains. On start up, it flashes multi ball 2, and the multiball coil Keeps Constantly firing. The only time it stops is if I unplug the sensor board that works with the led board. I took a picture to show which board I mean. Has anyone here dealt with something similar?
Another odd piece to the puzzle, is it did work once, in between this constantly happening. My son and I played several games perfectly. Then the next time u started it up, it happened again and hasn’t stopped.
Any help or ideas would be greatly appreciated.

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#103 55 days ago

My first thought would be to look for cold solder joints, especially if the problem comes and goes.

#104 54 days ago

Anyone know what the function of the left bulb behind the drop targets is? Its never worked since I owned the machine and since it was such a minor issue, I've never bothered to look into it until today when I had the playfield up. Just glancing at it, it's not wired with the rest of the GI and looks like it's a controlled lamp.

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#105 54 days ago

NM, answered my own question. Looks like the diode wasn't making contact to the lamp socket. Jiggled it a bit and now it's working.

#106 54 days ago

Got my escape from the lost world flipping again now.
It was a combo of a poor Optic led and A poor connection at the j5 connector.

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#107 47 days ago

Some of my rubber rings are looking a little beat up and I'm probably going to replace with titans. I want to try something other than white. Anyone have any pics with different colored rings?

#108 43 days ago

Playing around with lighting the back artwork. I'm not sure if I like it or not.

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#109 39 days ago
Quoted from Jason43:

Playing around with lighting the back artwork. I'm not sure if I like it or not.
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Looks good! A few years back I was doing the same thing and ended up using a deep blue led strip mounted under the plastic trim I think the same way you have yours set up. I also used super bright blue led's around the "escape" door and super bright warm-white led's in the lava pit. For me keeping the playfield G.I. somewhat dark overall really made the blue glow off of the back artwork and the lava pit really stand out. I also used a slow-fade color changing LED in the volcano which gives it an effect of lava running down the sides. Also used super-bright orange led's under the mountain range (upper pf) plastic. This actually does not give off much light when shining through the plastic but it really brings out the color and gives the mountain range plastic a nice vibrant glow. I think so anyways .

FYI it looks a lot better in person. The camera doesn't seem to take good photo's with led lighting. The blue effect it not nearly as overpowering as it appears in the photo.

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#110 39 days ago
Quoted from MoSeS_1592:

Looks good! A few years back I was doing the same thing and ended up using a deep blue led strip mounted under the plastic trim I think the same way you have yours set up. I also used super bright blue led's around the "escape" door and super bright warm-white led's in the lava pit. For me keeping the playfield G.I. somewhat dark overall really made the blue glow off of the back artwork and the lava pit really stand out. I also used a slow-fade color changing LED in the volcano which gives it an effect of lava running down the sides. Also used super-bright orange led's under the mountain range (upper pf) plastic. This actually does not give off much light when shining through the plastic but it really brings out the color and gives the mountain range plastic a nice vibrant glow. I think so anyways .
FYI it looks a lot better in person. The camera doesn't seem to take good photo's with led lighting. The blue effect it not nearly as overpowering as it appears in the photo. [quoted image]

Yeah, I actually got the idea from seeing your post. I almost went with a blue or uv strip and still may. I wanted to bring out some of the artwork on the back wall, but I'm not sure if it's too much light. Even with a dimmer, it's still pretty bright back there.

For the volcano, I used red led's underneath and red and orange for the insert where it "erupts". The two colors make a nice fire effect for the volcano erupting.

#111 38 days ago
Quoted from Jason43:

Some of my rubber rings are looking a little beat up and I'm probably going to replace with titans. I want to try something other than white. Anyone have any pics with different colored rings?

Green titans. Also green displays are a nice touch too. I think they were X-Pin.

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#112 20 days ago

Can someone tell me what activates the green flasher in the lower left corner?

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