(Topic ID: 273670)

where is the MOV in the newer WPC-S games

By denisw1

2 years ago

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#1 2 years ago

I am converting a Scared Stiff pinball for use at 220v, that is originally a 115V game. The power control box on this machine only contains a thermistor, and not a MOV (metal oxide varistor). The line filter is located back at the cord attachment instead of in the power control box. Does this line filter have a MOV that needs to be changed out for conversion to 220v, or does this generation not require a MOV change out?

2 years later
#2 6 months ago

@ denisw1 Did you ever find out the answer to this? I am trying to determine where the MOV is on my Shadow.

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