(Topic ID: 170265)

Tech: Need help with Pennant fever pitch assy etc.

By pinballplusMN

5 years ago

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  • Latest reply 1 year ago by RoboBot
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#1 5 years ago

Hello, thanks in advance! I have a customers Pennant fever. It will often launch 2 or more balls in succession when a pitch is depressed. Sometimes ive been told the motor will keep running for a minute pitching balls . Any fix for this? Ive cleaned mechanism and adjusted switches but it still acts up. Take care! JR

4 years later
#2 1 year ago

I have one with a similar issue? Any thoughts out there? Thanks.

#3 1 year ago

Hi what switches have you adjusted on pitching mechanism under playfield switches on pitch and bat control pad

#4 1 year ago

It’s getting power from a normally open switch the gap might be to close

#5 1 year ago

Thanks for reaching out. So machine is fairly new to collection. Worked almost perfectly. Super clean. By almost perfectly, it would kick out an extra ball every now and then. Other night after some play it just kept kicking balls out. Happens too as soon as I turn it on. So I had not adjusted anything yet. I will take a look.

Thank you.

#6 1 year ago

Ok I had any every problem I had 4 pitch and bats so if you ever need assistance.

#7 1 year ago

Just look at schematics I’m not familiar with that machine I’m only familiar with em machine up to 1968

#8 1 year ago

Thank you. I will let you know in next day or two. So appreciate the help!

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