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Whirlwind Club... Members Only!

By mof

6 years ago

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#460 4 years ago

Finally, I am in! Had to leave the Comet and Pin*bot club to do it, but so worth it.


2 weeks later
#480 4 years ago
Quoted from Dewey68:

Can someone snap a picture of the wire orientation on that switch and post it please?


I assume that's what you were looking for.


1 week later
#498 4 years ago
Quoted from Hougie:

I am out of the club, unfortunately

Sorry to see ya go, but the power of the wind will bring ya back someday!

1 month later
#541 4 years ago
Quoted from Jeroen:

does anyone have a close up picture of the interconnect pcb, specifically J7 to the backboard inserts lights?

Here ya go!
original angle
better angle

4 weeks later
#599 4 years ago
Quoted from Dewey68:

How hard is everyone's ramp shot from the upper flipper?

Mine is hard, can go a few games and miss it every time. But I wouldn't say it requires a perfect shot.

7 months later
#764 3 years ago
Quoted from mof:

Ok, I have a faulty switch, it's intermittent. I've never messed with this switch type before for a spinner. Is there anything I can do to improve performance, or do I just replace it?

If it's a microswitch, you can attempt to open and ensure everything is still in place (small lever and spring usually). I have done this successfully before and fixed a part that had come out of place (had to superglue the plastic casing back together though). But there is also good odds that you will break it trying to fix it. I would order a new one (they are cheap) and try to fix it as a learning exercise when it comes in. If you fix it, you now have a spare. If you break it, you have a new one all set to go.

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