(Topic ID: 236022)

Genie 2 amp fuse

By Allsystmgo

3 months ago

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#1 3 months ago

What would likely cause 2 amp fuse under playfield to blow. Any basic fix? Newbie to all this. Thanks!

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#2 3 months ago

I would suspect a shorted solenoid somewhere. first look for discolored coil wrappers and or sluggish plungers. Could possibly be a shorted diode on a coil as well.

you have a multimeter ?

#3 3 months ago

I think that fuse is for drop target reset coils. So you might have a shorted transistor keeping coil on.

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#4 88 days ago

Thanks for the info. The drop targets do not reset so I will look into this. Once that's fixed onto to top segment of digital displays example "0" only light as "U".

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