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Fliptronic board bridge rectifier: Update still searching cause?


By silverball0

5 years ago



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#1 5 years ago

My Getaway flippers are dead, all fuses are good, there is a slight pulse to the flippers when game is turned on, but that's it. Swapped board out of my creature and all is good.

I am thinking bridge rectifier bad, yet diode test on it shows good?

Thought I would ask before replacing it, if any one else has seen or had this problem.

2 weeks later
#4 5 years ago

Ok need some more help! Replaced bridge rectifier, fuses stay good, but both flippers energize and stay energized. Unplug J 904 and of course the flippers drop. tested tip36 and tip102 all seem good. Where to test next?

#7 5 years ago

E.O.S. switches are good, as well as cabinet. Flippers engage when game powered on. I swapped board from getaway to my creature and problem followed the board. so maybe both 339 got fried?

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