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    I have a Brunswick Envoy Lane machine and have ran into a issue with it not returning once it reaches the pit. There is no error message. Listening to the machine I can hear that it does not pick up the duster cloth like usual before its return. I have checked and cleaned the end of lane sensor and it seems to be okay. Thanks.

  • #2
    Does it run into the pit?
    Or does it just stop at the end of the lane?


    • #3
      It just stops at the end of the lane.


      • #4
        I would still suspect the end of lane sensor.
        Check your height and sensitivity adjustments.


        • #5
          After troubleshooting and eliminating the end of lane sensor as the issue I went onto the end of lane speed adjustment. Page 79 of the Envoy Lane Machine manual walked me through what to look for and how to correct it. The back of the machine was not reaching ~2" past the 2-3 pin spots. I had to increase the End of Lane Speed Adjustment +4 to get it to the correct position. Problem fixed.


          • #6
            Thanks for the good corrective action description.


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