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  • Qubica BES, Brunswick A/A2 full re-spot question

    On Qubica scoring systems and any AMF pinspotter, when you select "2 - Spot a Full Set of Pins" from the Pinspotter menu on pretty much any version of Qubica scoring, when the lane is on first ball, the setter will change to second ball mode, sweep the pins and plant a full rack.

    Is this possible with Brunswick A and A2 setters?

    In one center where I bowl with a Qubica/A2 setup, when you select the "Spot a Full Set" function, it runs the pinsetter through both cycles to get a new set of pins on the deck.

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    From what I've read previously BES doesn't utilise the New Pins Solenoid (if fitted) and can only cycle the machine as mentioned.
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    • #3
      That's what I thought. Thanks.

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      • #4
        You can set it to fire the new pins solenoid but it doesn't really gain you anything. You must have F boxes rather than 6 boxes however.

        See this thread...

        http://www.bowltech.com/forum/automa...the-cycle-link
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