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  • New Qubica install and issues

    We just had Qubica scoring put in over the summer.
    It works very well for the most part but we are having a couple of problems I'm trying to track down.
    We have Brunswick A2's with new pin solenoid's.
    The 2 issues we have are both on the same pair.
    On 7&8 when you throw a strike in any frame the new pin solenoid kicks over to 2 nd ball before the pinsetter is told to cycle.
    Also on lane 7 only the scoring after the pinsetter sets up a spare will randomly sweep the spare and set 10 new pins immediately after the pinsetter stops from setting up the spare.
    Any ideas where the problem could be?
    I've swapped the "F" box with a known good one and ATM the recycle/spare sweep problem seems to have cleared up but the scoring is still firing the NPS after you throw a strike on both lanes?
    Help?
    "I love my Schutzhund trained German Shepherd's, because if you run from them, you will just die tired"

  • #2
    copy pinsetter settings from another pair and that should solve nps issue however the nps is doing what it supposed to do on a strike ,it should do the same on no tap

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    • #3
      Make sure the rod loop from the NPS to the standing pins selector isn't bound or twisted into a bind.
      With the machine on, test the NPS circuit by using a jumper in the F-box connector for the NPS - it's the 2 conductor phoenix connector on the extreme left or right of the F-box. Touch the jumper across the screw terminals of that 2 conductor phoenix connector and the NPS will engage. Again, make sure there is no bind when it is at rest, and after it pulls the standing pins selector forward.
      As David alludes to, make sure the pinsetter settings are the same as other lanes. When the issue is common to both lanes, the fix is likely to be something common to both, when on a single lane, look for things specific to wiring or hardware on that lane.
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      • #4
        Sounds like a settings issue

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        • #5
          That's the way qubica seems to want to set it up but there is a way to prevent it from firing the solenoid after a strike. It's useless on Brunswick machine since it still has to go through a complete cycle regardless. All it does is prevent the deck from lowering.

          As someone already mentioned, it sounds like you have some mixed up settings.
          If you think my girlfriend can fight, you should see her box!

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          • #6
            Originally posted by Jack_Sparrow View Post
            That's the way qubica seems to want to set it up but there is a way to prevent it from firing the solenoid after a strike. It's useless on Brunswick machine since it still has to go through a complete cycle regardless. All it does is prevent the deck from lowering.

            As someone already mentioned, it sounds like you have some mixed up settings.
            I'm fairly new to Qubica scoring, but learning a little at a time. I would like to eliminate the NPS firing on strike cycle. We have T-Vision + FBox. In the parameter settings, our mode is set on "H". I saw in another post for BESX + FBox scoring that changing that mode to "Q" would eliminate the NPS on strikes, but it will function for fouls and tenth frames. Can anyone tell me if this will work on our system?
            It is wiser to find out than suppose.--Mark Twain

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            • #7
              That should work for you. I don't recall the actual parameter but it could be Q.

              Edit: Q it is. Here's the discussion,

              http://www.bowltech.com/forum/automa...the-cycle-link
              If you think my girlfriend can fight, you should see her box!

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              • #8
                Thanks for the reply. Will let you know if it does indeed work once I get around to making the change.
                It is wiser to find out than suppose.--Mark Twain

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