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Fuse Blowing - 50V 10A Normal Line

By megoman

1 year ago



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#1 1 year ago

I recently purchased a Williams 1962 World Series game. Just put in a set of new slow blow 10 amp fuses and when I turned on game the Normal Line Fuse blew. This same fuse also blew 2x when it was initially tried with fast blow fuses.

Below are photos of the fuses holder and what looks to have been some sort of re-work on the switch.

The game included a wiring diagram but I can’t seem to sync it up with what I see in the game. I’m new to all this so would appreciate some guidance in terms of figure out why that Normal Line fuse is blowing and what I need to do to fix

Many thanks for the help

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#2 1 year ago

Yeesh. Blowing a 10A fuse....somebody is drawing a lot of current. Not familiar with the game. Definitely check all the connections in the 50v circuit and whatever items those might feed such as motors or solenoids. Good luck!

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