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  • telescores-screen malfunctions

    I have an overhead monitor that 3/4 of the screen is blurred. I have switched the connections with the unit right beside and everything works fine. Have switched out all the circuit boards, but still does not fix the issue. Help?

  • #2
    Your profile says you have Vector scoring. You might want to post this question there since it's not a telescore question. This pic is a telescore. Bowlers write scores on clear plastic and light shines through it and projects on a screen.

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    • #3
      Ah the good old days, sharpen chinograph pencils and change the bulbs, sorted!

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      • #4
        And if it was a morning league, you could also cook your bacon & eggs on the glass. Later leagues, burgers.
        Everything has to be Somewhere !!

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