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  • AS90 Scoring/Ball Detect Issue(Similar to post below)

    On one pair of lanes, the odd lane will not score but the even lane will. I have switched processors, ball detectors, and ball detect wires. Lights come on on ball detectors like normal. When I hook up the CCD Scanner, it does not show pins when I throw a ball but when I switch to the align l. side and align r. side the live feed shows the pins.

    Any help would be great. TIA.

  • #2
    Try replacing your 44/144 and 0 degree switches on the pinsetter.

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    • #3
      Ball detect is not working on odd lane. When I hook up the ccd processor, it shows open and close on the even lane when I pass my hand through the ball detector but just stays open on odd lane as I pass my hand through it. I have tried 3 different ball detect cables but it does the same thing. I have switched out the scorer box but it still does the same thing. I can't figure out how to find the problem so I can't fix it.

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      • #4
        Figured it out. 0° switch was not working so it would not register the ball detect since it was not closed. Replaced the switch and it works now.

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