I posted a separate thread earlier, but just realized I should’ve posted it here:
I’ve been kinda scratching my head on this one. Both the shaker motor and the trex left / right motor seem to not be getting enough power to function (<2v).
When I go into diags, I can manually activate the shaker or the left/right motor, but they barely move. I’ve tested the motors by themselves with a 9v battery and they operate properly.
I’ve gone through all the boards and repaired any cold solder joints, checked all the big transistors, replaced all faulty fuse clips, tested the bridge rectifiers, and replaced the power supply board with a rottendog. I’ve also checked for continuity on the connectors.
What else is there to check?
Quoted from Chitownpinball:
Those metal cards are really dope. Something about them not having corners really bugs me though. Are they that thick that you cant bend them?
They’re actually made of wood and are too thick to bend. On most games they’d be held on by magnets, but since JP has a plastic apron, I’ll have to figure it out shortly
Quoted from Mr_Tantrum:
Never heard of or seen such a thing. I guess I'm still a little confused on the purpose/need. Are you trying to prevent divots where the ball drains and falls into the trough (is that a real problem)?
It helps to mitigate the lane from wearing on the edges of V. I have wear on my JP near the kickout and I think that this product would've prevented it.
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