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Gottlieb Gladiators power problems - Starting with bridge rec values?


By Impzilla

36 days ago



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#2 35 days ago

Got the same problem with upper DC volts than it shows on the schematic so I look at jumpers and it was on 200 volts but got 230volts at my power receptacle...so I put the 240 volts jumper and the Vdc downs at the right power like on the schematic...you might take volts at your power receptacle and if you got 110VAC you might put the jumper for upper voltage and put the 120VAC jumper.
Jumpers are in a sealed bag fixe to the cabinet on the right of the transformator.
Sorry for my bad English and hope that could help you

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#4 35 days ago

Rectifier bridge might to be change...in the schematic it is wright that electronic component got a 10 years old life long. I also change it all.

#6 34 days ago

Those 3 Bridges rectifier are same, and their references are only the Volt coming in...10Vac 16Vac and 50Vac. You also better change C1 and C2. As you can see on the pictures, wires are only plug on them by a pod but I've seen a video from TNT Amusement that preconised to cut them all and sold wires directly on parts to avoid looses connections. I Don't do that at all but I will...
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#7 34 days ago

As you can see on pictures I also shunt all ground (white) wires as it is preconised on pinrepair.com to avoid bad connection who might burns transistors on A3 board.

#11 33 days ago

Change by that one

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#16 30 days ago

toddtuckey
Don't remember what video was...only that you show fuse holder when you say that and I'm also French so I don't understand everything you said but love all of your videos tips that you share by your great work.
Thx to precise on that reply and take care of you my mentor

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