(Topic ID: 251118)

Taxi left flipper transistor location


By Arcade

5 months ago



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  • Latest reply 5 months ago by zacaj
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  • Taxi Williams, 1988
#1 5 months ago

I have a friend that has a Taxi with a left flipper that locks on at powerup.
Which transistor controls this flipper.
We have no manual to look it up.
Thanks.

#2 5 months ago

There is no transistor, they're directly controlled by the flipper switches. Either its bent shut or there's a short somewhere.

Manual is on ipdb

#3 5 months ago
Quoted from zacaj:

There is no transistor, they're directly controlled by the flipper switches. Either its bent shut or there's a short somewhere.
Manual is on ipdb

Interesting.
I’ll get him to check the left flipper switch first.
Did not know there were solid state pins without flipper transistors. I’m just so used to changing them out. Lol

#4 5 months ago
Quoted from Arcade:

Interesting.
I’ll get him to check the left flipper switch first.
Did not know there were solid state pins without flipper transistors. I’m just so used to changing them out. Lol

They all had them until DE in the late 80s. Williams not until TAF in 92

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