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Terminator 2 blowing fuses


By Nethawk86

1 year ago



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#2 1 year ago

Well, step one would be to check your voltage. Make sure you're not getting any insane numbers at the flipper coils. If everything was really bad and fried, but the voltages are OK, I'd go for replacing the flipper section of your driver board. It's like two 6 pin chips, a common transistor, and some resistors.

As for the trigger not operating correctly, check your motor switches. There's two of them under the playfield. There's one that tells it when the shooter is in the home position, and one that tells it it's okay to fire. You may need to adjust that second one.

#7 1 year ago

Eh, EOS shouldn't blow the fuse instantly. I'm thinking it might be the 29's. It's not supposed to have coils that high in it. 30's are factory for a reason.

#10 1 year ago

Could be your diodes. If you hooked them up incorrectly first, then yeah, you either blew the diode or the related transistors. Or both.

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