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High Speed Club ~ Dispatch, this is 504. We have a Club now, over.

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#4951 15 days ago

The board and batteries don’t have any corrosion. Batteries are also new as of a couple of months ago. The top right screen comes and goes on some of those letters.

#4952 15 days ago
Quoted from STLOkie:

The board and batteries don’t have any corrosion. Batteries are also new as of a couple of months ago. The top right screen comes and goes on some of those letters.

Perhaps cold solder joint on header pins either on display or driver board or the cpu. How do the network resistors look? Any look toasty?

#4953 14 days ago

I'm just about done my High Speed project (17mo later)
If someone has a couple pics of how the diverter assembly attaches with the rubber rings that would be helpful. Indont remember having to take the diverter mech apart to feed it up the back but it's the only obvious method I'm seeing at a glance

#4954 14 days ago
Quoted from KnockerPTSD:

I'm just about done my High Speed project (17mo later)
If someone has a couple pics of how the diverter assembly attaches with the rubber rings that would be helpful. Indont remember having to take the diverter mech apart to feed it up the back but it's the only obvious method I'm seeing at a glance

NM. Found one. It's goes behind the entire mech

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#4955 14 days ago

I spent a year on my HS and had the same question posted here about 20-25 pages back.

#4956 14 days ago

Anybody know what this hook up is for? I can see where it would be needed?

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#4957 14 days ago
Quoted from KnockerPTSD:

Anybody know what this hook up is for? I can see where it would be needed?
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That is the plug for your ramp switches. The wires should come through slot in the playfield you can see next to the backboard.

#4958 14 days ago

You will need to remove the back board to fit the connector through the slot.

#4959 14 days ago
Quoted from Pin-Pilot:

That is the plug for your ramp switches. The wires should come through slot in the playfield you can see next to the backboard.

I always assumed my machine was assembled incorrectly. So I swapped the connector housings around so the smaller one is on the ramp side. I don't have to take the back board off.

#4960 14 days ago

I figured that one out. Mostly together now. Anyone know where this piece of wireform goes? It's from around the ramp but idk where exactly.
Basically just the tamp to work on now.
Already fired it up and did a switch test. A few tweaks but all good.

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#4961 14 days ago
Quoted from BJM-Maxx:

I always assumed my machine was assembled incorrectly. So I swapped the connector housings around so the smaller one is on the ramp side. I don't have to take the back board off.

I thought of that as well but if someone had to change the diverter they would be like what the???

#4962 14 days ago

Im missing a few screws after 17mo of moving my project around. What kind of screws are used in the two ramp brackets that screw into the diverter plate? Anything g else I'm.missing can be substituted for something similar but those two are threaded holes that I DO NOT want to f up

#4963 14 days ago
Quoted from KnockerPTSD:

I figured that one out. Mostly together now. Anyone know where this piece of wireform goes? It's from around the ramp but idk where exactly.
Basically just the tamp to work on now.
Already fired it up and did a switch test. A few tweaks but all good.
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The end that you're holding goes under the traffic light bracket and I think the other end should line up with a post stud.

#4964 14 days ago
Quoted from Lovef2k:

I thought of that as well but if someone had to change the diverter they would be like what the???

Change the ramp assy I should say.

#4965 14 days ago
Quoted from KnockerPTSD:

I figured that one out. Mostly together now. Anyone know where this piece of wireform goes? It's from around the ramp but idk where exactly.
Basically just the tamp to work on now.
Already fired it up and did a switch test. A few tweaks but all good.
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Ah, that guide wire stumps a lot. I answered this question earlier in the thread but it is easier for me to include the answer in this post. Here is a pic where it goes. It attaches to the ramp as well. I actually made a different guide wire that does not attach to the ramp since I have the ramp from Freeplay40. Here is the pic of the stock wire placing.

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#4966 14 days ago
Quoted from Pin-Pilot:

Ah, that guide wire stumps a lot. I answered this question earlier in the thread but it is easier for me to include the answer in this post. Here is a pic where it goes. It attaches to the ramp as well. I actually made a different guide wire that does not attach to the ramp since I have the ramp from Freeplay40. Here is the pic of the stock wire placing.
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I'm missing some screw so my ramp and corresponding frames are just sitting in there loose but it's obviously in the final stages now.
I also have the Freeplay40 ramp. Are you suggesting I leave the wire out?

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#4967 14 days ago
Quoted from KnockerPTSD:

I'm missing some screw so my ramp and corresponding frames are just sitting in there loose but it's obviously in the final stages now.
I also have the Freeplay40 ramp. Are you suggesting I leave the wire out?
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Looking good!

I made a different guide because I did not want it to attach it to the new ramp. You could probably get by without putting it in for home use. There is a chance a ball can hop under the ramp in the back.

I believe the screws you are referring to are the 2 machine screws just under the diverter arms. I believe they are just #6/32X1/4" (might be #8)

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#4968 14 days ago

Looking for tips on the diverter adjustments. It doesn't want to let me do full loops most times. The divertor arms end up in this half out position very often now.

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#4969 14 days ago

Safe assumption that the stock coin mechs only take quarters? Thinking about routing mine but I want those loonies (dollar coins)

#4970 14 days ago
Quoted from KnockerPTSD:

Looking for tips on the diverter adjustments. It doesn't want to let me do full loops most times. The divertor arms end up in this half out position very often now.
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Chances are that would be fixed in the mechanism below the playfield. A dirty worn coil sleeve could do this. A broken return spring could also do it. If they are good, remove the coil and actuate the arms by hand from where the coil pulls and see if it is smooth. I assume your arms have good clearance to the ramp openings?

#4971 9 days ago

Does anyone here know what switch 38 is? I don't have a manual but I'm getting a service warning on boot up. Thanks.

#4972 9 days ago
Quoted from KnockerPTSD:

Does anyone here know what switch 38 is? I don't have a manual but I'm getting a service warning on boot up. Thanks.

I think it's my upper flipper possibly? It stays active occasionally until the flipper button is pressed again. I still have some tweaking to do

#4973 9 days ago

Hey all. I am working on a HS for a customer. They want the machine done with custom art and have provided artwork for the job. The issue I have is that the alignment for the playfield inserts and cut outs are slightly off on their artwork. Does anyone have an illustrator file that has the correct alignment for these holes so that I can align their artwork? Otherwise I have to measure and move each of the holes in the file that they provided. Assistance is hugely appreciated. DM if you have such a file for this machine.
Photo of what I am looking for is included.
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#4974 9 days ago

Any thoughts on why I cannot get steeper than 5.5deg pitch on my HS would be appreciated!
https://pinside.com/pinball/forum/topic/difficulty-setting-pitch-on-hs#post-6622491

#4975 8 days ago

Manual says switch 38 (SW-1A-150) is for right flipper lane change (engine Revs). Most likely located in the cabinet on the right flipper.

#4976 7 days ago

What would be involved in changing my High Speed to accept loonies? (Cdn $1 coins)
Obviously new mechs. That part is easy but the coin slots on the door are only big enough to fit quarters. Would a whole new coin door also be necessary? I haven't taken apart the door on HS and it is different but I know for older Williams games you could replace the coin "flap" part.
Thanks. The game is going into a local brewery for the winter.

#4977 7 days ago

File that shit? Jk....mostly

#4978 7 days ago
Quoted from KnockerPTSD:

What would be involved in changing my High Speed to accept loonies? (Cdn $1 coins)
Obviously new mechs. That part is easy but the coin slots on the door are only big enough to fit quarters. Would a whole new coin door also be necessary? I haven't taken apart the door on HS and it is different but I know for older Williams games you could replace the coin "flap" part.
Thanks. The game is going into a local brewery for the winter.

I just did this to one of my coin slots on my High Speed. New coin mech snaps right in and then I took the outer slot off of the door and filed about 1mm from the top and bottom of the opening and repainted, then printed a loonie label and put it into the reject button. Works perfect

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#4979 7 days ago
Quoted from KnockerPTSD:

I think it's my upper flipper possibly? It stays active occasionally until the flipper button is pressed again. I still have some tweaking to do

Its the lane change switch for the right flipper, it is piggybacked on the EOS switch on the lower right flipper assembly. It is shown on page 35 of the manual, which you can download from the internet pinball database

#4980 6 days ago

@wis

Quoted from FantasticPinball:

Hey all. I am working on a HS for a customer. They want the machine done with custom art and have provided artwork for the job. The issue I have is that the alignment for the playfield inserts and cut outs are slightly off on their artwork. Does anyone have an illustrator file that has the correct alignment for these holes so that I can align their artwork? Otherwise I have to measure and move each of the holes in the file that they provided. Assistance is hugely appreciated. DM if you have such a file for this machine.
Photo of what I am looking for is included.
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With such a high run game, PF were probably outsourced to diff places.....gonna be tough to find a match.

#4981 6 days ago

I ended up filing the opening and I'm ordering some new mechs. I don't have a printer anyway so I need to find the little coin reject insert for $1 and I need some apron cards before it heads out to its temporary home

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#4982 6 days ago
Quoted from KnockerPTSD:

I ended up filing the opening and I'm ordering some new mechs. I don't have a printer anyway so I need to find the little coin reject insert for $1 and I need some apron cards before it heads out to its temporary home
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ebay.com link: itm

#4983 6 days ago
Quoted from KnockerPTSD:

What would be involved in changing my High Speed to accept loonies? (Cdn $1 coins)
Obviously new mechs. That part is easy but the coin slots on the door are only big enough to fit quarters. Would a whole new coin door also be necessary? I haven't taken apart the door on HS and it is different but I know for older Williams games you could replace the coin "flap" part.
Thanks. The game is going into a local brewery for the winter.

What brewery?

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