(Topic ID: 107063)

Whitewater problem

By JonH123

7 years ago

Topic Heartbeat

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  • Latest reply 6 years ago by Pinphila
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#1 7 years ago
#2 7 years ago

I don't know if the machine was recently moved and this might be the most basic answer, but did you check to make sure all plugs in the backbox are seated correctly?

#3 7 years ago

Run a switch edge test and run the balls down the trough to make sure each switch registers. Drop one in No Way Out and the Lost Mine just to be sure. There is a sticker on the lock down receiver that says how many balls should be installed. Make sure they're all there.

#4 7 years ago
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#6 7 years ago
Quoted from JonH123:

I'm thinking it might be a fuse, going to remove them all and check for continuity next.

Rule #1 - Check the fuses...eXpecially if a "whole set" of anything isn't working.

#7 7 years ago
#8 6 years ago
#9 6 years ago

Were those solenoid a working before or were they down when you got the game?

Check TP voltage and see if they are all reading normally. If you are blowing the fuse on start up something could not be hooked up right or something simple like that. A plug that is one pin off could do it for sure

#10 6 years ago
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#13 6 years ago

First, check for shorts if your blowing fuses. Second, before buying a new driver board, send to coinopcauldron or rob Anthony and have it looked at. Good luck

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