(Topic ID: 293466)

Node Board Not Responding

By snapperjoe

1 year ago

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  • Latest reply 1 year ago by Soapman
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#1 1 year ago

I have two new Stern Pinball machines -
Teenage Mutant - Node board 1/8/9 not responding
Star Wars - Node board 1,8,9,10 not responding

How do I fix this issue?

#2 1 year ago

Wow, two brand new games with 7 bad node boards between them?

#3 1 year ago

Make sure the coin door is closed when you turn them on.

1 week later
#4 1 year ago

Either close the coindoor or pull the white switch next to the coindoor.

That switch is an interlock switch, which cuts the power off to the cabinet when the coindoor is open.

1 month later
#5 1 year ago

snapperjoe did you get your star wars fixed?
I had the same thing happen to mine. It was a bad cpu. Luckily Stern sent me a new one and that fixed it.


Contact Stern and they will help you out with some troubleshooting ideas. I did and we tried everything and they said it was very rare that it was the cpu.
Hope this helps.

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