(Topic ID: 224631)

Stern Mustang auto-plunging, why?


By UNCgump

1 year ago



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#1 1 year ago

So I just landed a great deal on a Mustang pro. Plays great, but it often (not always) auto-plunges immediately. Any idea why this might be? I tried to change the auto-plunge setting to off.

#2 1 year ago

Shooter lane switch sticking in the slot in the playfield ? I'd start there.

LTG : )

#3 1 year ago

Could be any switch on the playfield changing state when the ball enters the shooting lane. The game thinks the ball drained and is putting it back in play.

Next time it happens, see if any points are scored when it kicks it out. Typically you can narrow it down to the switch based on the points awarded when this happens.

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