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Party zone

By Hermiquelus

4 years ago

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#1 4 years ago


Just purchased PZ recently and Iv got a problem. It Is error message check switch 41.
Every time I want to score a jackpot Big Bang the ball just stay behind and the machine must start check sequence to bounce a ball. But never counts to Big Bang.
So the coil is ok, but I dont even know how to get for him. Even when I put my playfield totally upward.
So thanks for help
Just started with flippers and I dont own a manual.)

Thanks a lot


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#3 4 years ago

Switch 41 is the back ball popper. I’m not familiar with the game, but my guess is that it is the switch that detects the ball when it is in the back and ready to pop out. If it doesn’t detect it, it won’t send the ball out until ball search mode.

Find the switch and check the connection. Hopefully, it is something simple.

#4 4 years ago

You have to lift the playfield out of the cabinet to get to that switch

#5 4 years ago

Thanks for quick guide and answers. I will try it on weekend. This stupid corona is giving me so much work.
If I get out playfield, how exactly you are taking care of it? I mean on wich side you put it. I dont want to break more. Owner before me sell it to me with broken glass. So I must also buy new one.

Thank you guys


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#6 3 years ago

Did you ever get this resolved?

I just got a PZ too. A friend was telling me about how difficult it can be to adjust that switch behind the back of the playfield there on the Ozone ramp. But then he reminded me/himself that you can reach some of it by going through the neck of the game when the backbox is down. You know what I mean? Like have the backbox folded down gently onto the playfield (with a towel or something underneath to protect your side armor from getting banged up) as you would for shipping (keep the legs on obviously). Then you can use the openings that the big wire bunches go through to access that back switch. That seems like a better way to attempt adjustments than pulling the entire PF out.

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