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Fireball II Club (fans welcome!)


By mof

4 years ago



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#67 4 years ago
Quoted from Aurich:

...Anyone else have art on the back of the game?

Mine is just yellow on the back.

Mine stopped booting up. I'm new to pins & electrical repair. It turns on, makes the hearbeat sound, then nothing for about 2 min. Then the kickout solenoid near the top of PF sticks on & hums. If I take a jumper wire from ground to Q8 transistor right after turning it on FB2 it works fine. Should I replace that transistor? Should I do the capacitor & diode too? Thx!

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#113 4 years ago

Has anyone had a sound board that stopped playing background music and certain target sounds? This just happened to my FB II. I tried switching to other self test #18 sound settings, but nothing brought it back. I tried cleaning the pins & checked that the volume controls on the board are working properly. I've seen a number of posts that suggest replacing all of the electrolytic capacitors. I'd be interested in feedback before proceeding. BTW- thanks neurokinetik for the GI smoothing. I'll definitely do that.

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#161 3 years ago
Quoted from neurokinetik:

That sounds like what happened on mine. The capacitor replacement fixed it for me.

Thanks neurokinetik, that worked. I got the capacitors at Great Plains for $11 with shipping and got everything up and running. It is a much cooler game with all of the backgrounds sounds, etc. That was my first real solder project on a pin.

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#215 2 years ago

Qualifying multiball- It used to be that I would hit the 3 green qualifying arrows, shoot for fire gods, then if a ball locked, I would qualify and lock the second. Now, my FBII will release the first ball locked if I hit all of the qualifying targets 2 more times (no 2nd ball locked). I don't remember changing any settings. I'd prefer that both balls have to be locked, hit all of the qualifying targets again to release both. I thought I'd run it past you all before checking settings and then troubleshooting. Thx!

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