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Getaway backbox dead wire?


By Karpy1717

12 months ago



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#5 11 months ago

You need to check the fuses with a meter. If they test good, you need to check the wires at the connector on the board (j120 or 121) for continuity to the lamps.

Can you show a pic of those two connectors? They tend to burn and lose conductivity over time and need to be replaced on with the header pins.

#10 11 months ago

You’ll have to replace the plug, no way around it. It’s not for a beginner, but I guess everyone needs to start somewhere. You need .156 female pins, 11-pin connector, and a crimping tool. Great Plains electronics has what you need, plenty of YouTube videos on pinning connectors. Not hard, just practice. You could also use an idc connector and a wire punch, videos on that too. People here will help with questions. This is an essential skill for pinball owners.

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