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Frankenstein Flipper Sticks / Locks Up Intermittently DataEast/Sega


By pfister

3 months ago



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#5 3 months ago

Shorted transistor on the flipper board?

#7 3 months ago
Quoted from pfister:

0geist0, if is was a shorted transistor, does the intermittent behavior make sense? For example, 90%+ of the time, the flipper is working properly.

Anything is possible. I just had an intermittent display problem on my Flight 2000, that turned out to be a shorted transistor.

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