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problem with my malty-ball train. need advise.


By CoupDeTat

7 years ago



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#2 7 years ago

It's normal, control it by holding the left flipper, then flip to send one of them up to the pop bumpers. In multiball sections of BoP, it's all about using the pops as a place to store a ball that comes back in a predictable way.

#4 7 years ago

Yup, that's how it's designed - it just drops the lock pin, quite a few games do that.

#7 7 years ago

My memory must be totally hosed then, I just sold mine a few weeks ago and I could have sworn it just lets them both through at once. Just checked a video and you're quite right - sorry for the bad info! Now I see the video it's a case of "oh yeah, it did do that".

If both are going through at once check the switches in the ball lock mechanism while in switch test, and check for free operation of the release pin in solenoid test.

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