Pop-bumper machine gunning

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Pop-bumper machine gunning


By Validpowerdetect

13 days ago



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#1 13 days ago

Coula coil overheating cause a pb to machine gun?
Another casualty from the pinball party, one of the pb in Xenon started to macine gun.
The machine was probably on close to 4 hrs at tht point. When it was first on, it worked fine.
Then it started doing that. Too cool out today to replicate, as the machines are in my hangar.

#2 13 days ago

Switches properly gapped.?

#3 12 days ago

Machine gunning is caused by a bad switch adjustment or capacitor.

#4 12 days ago

I had this issue on mine recently and it was the cap at the bumper.

#5 12 days ago

I'll third the capacitor possibly being bad. Clip one leg and see if it persists. If it goes away, the cap needs replacing. It will work w/o it, just not as responsive.

#6 7 days ago

It was the cap. Must have been breaking down when it warmed up.

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