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Old 02-15-2017, 05:35 PM
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Hey Whats up everybody! I check this thing out today, when I first powered it on, the flippers I was able to use like I was in game. Both Leds are red on the main board, one 3 amp fuse it out on the thing.

I hit the switches on the main board, heard some switching type noise and the flippers were no longer playable. hitting the coin switches did nothing.
Anyone know what that fuse is before I dig into the diagram, or have a diagram?

ps that transistor on the top checked out fine, havent checked the resistor next door yet. sure was getting hot while I was able to play with flippers
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there is usually a diagram somewhere near any fuses that label each fuse as to what they are for. did you look around in back box for a fuse diagram. if it's obviously blown you need to replace it with identical good fuse and try machine again. if it keeps blowing then you need to be sure it's correct type and size fuse and start looking for why it keeps blowing.
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