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Need help! which fuse for my flippers on my Pin Bot Pin-Bot


By rscruumqb12

8 days ago



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    #1 8 days ago

    Hey everyone, I apologize in advance as i am very new to this stuff but I have gotten my fathers williams pin bot machine and am slowly working on cleaning it up. I dont have much experience at all with this and the machine doesn't have any manuals. On the game itself It seems everything is working property except the flippers. I was going to change the fuses but don't know which one that correlates. I have attached a pic can someone tell me which one it is?

    The flippers move up and down freely and i have checked to make sure everything is making good contact when pressing the buttons. I just think there is no juice

    any help would be greatly appreciated!! loved playing this game as a kid so i am super pumped to get it working again! thanks!!

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    #2 8 days ago

    Fuse list should be in this pdf. If this link doesn't work, look up IPDB online and type in Pinbot on the search bar, the full manual is available to download (and print if you are able to)
    https://www.ipdb.org/files/1796/Williams_1986_Pin_bot_Manual.pdf

    #3 8 days ago

    The small circuit board in the lower right corner of the backbox is the flipper power supply. There is one fuse mounted on that board for the flippers.

    #4 8 days ago

    cool thanks! so if i am reading the manual correctly the F2 fuse is a slow blow 4amp 250v

    #5 8 days ago

    You'll get better replies on one of the Solid State forums. This is Electro Mechanical.
    https://pinside.com/pinball/forum/topic/how-to-efficiently-ask-for-pinball-repair-help-em

    #6 8 days ago
    Quoted from rscruumqb12:

    cool thanks! so if i am reading the manual correctly the F2 fuse is a slow blow 4amp 250v

    If that’s what the manual says then go ahead replace that fuse

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