DM .. Sound still out but the sound board rebuild kit came in.
The only thing I could do with the tools available and allotted time was to remove U29 and U21. I think Ill take the board to my shop at home and work on it between my restoration work.
Pins ready for removal
Pins removed and holes to be cleaned of solder.
TOM.. Numerous issues and after 4 days of me not being at Modern no one replaced the bad center ramp switch!!!!!
In other words you couldn't spell MAGIC and start mutilball in that way.
The offending switch with no quick access so of course its the one to fail.
Both ramps must be removed to get to the switch then we didn't have a new switch with a proper actuator so I had to make a new actuator
out of a long straight actuator and install it on a new switch. Didnt have time for pics but it became a perfect match for the old one.
Probably a good idea to have a stockpile of the long straight blade actuators so you can always make the desired shape you may need. The one problem is that if the actuator you are trying to replicate is broken off, without reference, it may be hard to know the correct angles to bend and where to bend them and the correct length.
Ball Trough… Due to F104 Blowing... due to the Ball Trough Sleeve backing out causing a ball jam.
Backglass upper Trim. Split down the middle
Left center Stand up target due to contact falling out of switch blade.
GS…….. wouldnt reset the 1000 points reel due to its switch blades being dirty and out of adjustment.
One curiosity is that all of the score reels have "Switches" wired up and mounted but are never supposed to make contact or can't by any means?
Would anyone know the reason for these "Switches" Why they are there what their purpose is?
Weird Open Blade "Switches" I use quotation marks because they really are not switches I don't know what they are.
TAF…. Left Flipper Flutter due to wire off of coil lug. Bad pic as my camera just can't seem to focus in some situations.