(Topic ID: 141469)

Moved my Haunted House upstairs now no display or backglass lights

By ryandimx

6 years ago


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#1 6 years ago

Got my Haunted House running great the past week and brought it upstairs today.
When I turn it on I'm getting GI and playfield lights but that's about it.
All displays are out, backglass is not lighting up, no sound and not getting the boot tests.
From what I can tell everything is connected properly.
Ground mods have already been done.

#2 6 years ago

Im not very well versed with HH, but if it were me, I'd reseat all of the connectors, double check everything, check all of your fuses.

My xenon did the same thing, turns out, I had a plug on the rectifier board that I plugged in backwards by mistake after moving it, it was very hard to notice, took 9 months to figure out

... and I didn't even figure it out, another pinhead noticed it.

#3 6 years ago

Fuses all tested good. I'm gonna disconnect and start over.

#4 6 years ago

Displays and back last lights are on. Still not getting a full solenoid test still no sound and the flippers are not working

#5 6 years ago

Need to ask: have you checked fuses?

Typically, all connectors on system 80s need to be replaced, so I'd check those as well.

#6 6 years ago

Ugh... Could be a power board issue too, or the coin door power cutoff switch

#7 6 years ago

Move it back downstairs....

#8 6 years ago

Have all the header pins on the power supply been re-soldered yet?

Steve
System 80, not just a job, it's an adventure

#9 6 years ago
Quoted from seshpilot:

Need to ask: have you checked fuses?
Typically, all connectors on system 80s need to be replaced, so I'd check those as well.

Yes as mentioned all fuses test good.
I've checked pins but have not replaced the connectors.

#10 6 years ago
Quoted from Chosen_S:

Ugh... Could be a power board issue too, or the coin door power cutoff switch

Not seeing anything with the cutoff switch. Gonna try to reflow some stuff on the power board.

#11 6 years ago
Quoted from wdpvideo:

Move it back downstairs....

Trust me, I thought of that.

#12 6 years ago
Quoted from blownfuse:

Have all the header pins on the power supply been re-soldered yet?
Steve
System 80, not just a job, it's an adventure

Not yet, probably happening tonight

#13 6 years ago

If the header pins are the problem, switch to trifurcon crimps in those pin connectors too, they give off a little less resistance which equates to heat.

Steve
System 80, not just a job, it's an adventure

Quoted from ryandimx:

Not yet, probably happening tonight

#14 6 years ago

Did a full resolder on the power supply and now I am not getting anything out of it at all. Smh I'm at a loss

3 weeks later
#15 6 years ago

In case anyone has this issue here is a follow up

I replaced the power supply board with a new one and replaced all 4 bridge rectifiers.
Good to go.

#16 6 years ago
Quoted from ryandimx:

In case anyone has this issue here is a follow up
I replaced the power supply board with a new one and replaced all 4 bridge rectifiers.
Good to go.

Glad that did the trick, what an adventure!

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