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Night Moves - Kickout Hole Control

By Didj

5 years ago



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#1 5 years ago

Hi,

Quick question, on the Night Moves cocktail pin, (has multi-ball fyi), there are two kickout holes, (left and right), on the unit I have the right kickout will receive and kick back a ball no issues. The Left unit, will catch, and register (switch works), but will NOT kick the ball back out. It looks like the solenoid is not working, however ohming fine and diode tests good. What is controlling that solenoid to fire, is that the driver board, or are the kickouts handled by the Kickout driver board? I can't see where exactly these holes are controlled through.

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Didj

#3 5 years ago

Thanks, transistor on the main driver board? Or the smaller secondary transistor board, A16? http://www.marcospecialties.com//images/products/MA-940/detail.JPG

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