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Restoring a Nine Ball


By aKa

5 years ago



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#2 5 years ago

Put the correct one in as the label indicates. if it's on a playfield, it's more than likely a DC voltage, and is coming off the power supply. This should be the same in any location. The only place where a fuse might be a different value is where the power comes into the game, depending what your line voltage and transformer jumpered settings are. I'm going to assume (because I don't have a complete manual handy) that this is for a solenoid (or several). Something caused that fuse to blow. You need to find out what it's connected to it.

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