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  • 82-70XLi not all machine cycling from front computer, player console,10th frame cycle

    We have just ripped out 82-30 and put in 82-70Xli and have accuscore scoring and only some of the machines are able to cycle from the front computer, player consoles or 10th frame. but the strange thing is that they are all over the place like its not in pairs odd on some work and even on others and also some cycle from front but no 10th frame cycle and others do 10th frame but can't cycle from front and some can't do anything. I have gone through and checked all cable connections and plugs and they all look ok.

    I moved with the 82-70 machines and used qubica conqueror at my old center and i don't know any thing about accuscore so any help would be great.

  • #2
    How is the front computer hooked up to talk to the 82-70 chassis and accuscore?
    Do you have a lane interface unit?

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    • #3
      We are still struggling with this
      It worked perfect with the 30 but not with the XLis
      Yes it does have a lane interface unit
      Commscore are saying it a QAMF issue
      QAMF are saying its a commscore issue
      As ive just taken over as the head tech I need to sort it out

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      • #4
        I don't see anything in the original post about Comscore. Is it comscore or accuscore?
        Regards,

        Billy T
        bthompson@qubicaamf.us

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        • #5
          Accuscore

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          • #6
            The Chassis is the end means by which the machine cycles. It runs the sweep to 1st guard when it gets the signal to do so.
            By upgrading from 70's to XLi's, I assume you have the black chassis? I have no idea how or by whom the chassis inputs are wired, but perhaps some of them are wired wrong?

            To test the theory, follow the tenth frame switch wiring to the chassis input connector, from a functioning switch, then compare a non-functioning switch (machine) and see if they are wired the same. It's someplace to start since no one else seems to know the answer. I certainly don't. But that's where I'd start.
            There! Try to NOT work now!

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            • #7
              Originally posted by Bill LeMieux View Post
              The Chassis is the end means by which the machine cycles. It runs the sweep to 1st guard when it gets the signal to do so.
              By upgrading from 70's to XLi's, I assume you have the black chassis? I have no idea how or by whom the chassis inputs are wired, but perhaps some of them are wired wrong?
              .
              Thanks The actual upgrade was from 82/30 to 82/70with an XLi Upgrade

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              • #8
                I stand corrected.
                Any way to find out who had those machines before you to see if they had the same issue?
                Either way, I'd still start with the chassis inputs.
                There! Try to NOT work now!

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                • #9
                  10 of the machine come from one centre as stated
                  Originally posted by Kingpintech View Post

                  I moved with the 82-70 machines and used qubica conqueror at my old center and i don't know any thing about accuscore so any help would be great.
                  The other 14 from another centre
                  But they are all have the same issue

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                  • #10
                    These functions are handled through the APS box that should be located on the curtain wall.Connections are made between the CWC, pinspotter chassis to the APS
                    Regards,

                    Billy T
                    bthompson@qubicaamf.us

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                    • #11
                      Maybe some set-up parameters in the front desk or back office computers??? Like maybe the computer thinks it's communicating with a Brunswick machine because that's a parameter that wasn't changed or was inadvertently changed to? For whatever reason, the chassis isn't getting the message to cycle.

                      Maybe check with the installers and ask their advice. Tell them your issue, maybe they have a solution.
                      There! Try to NOT work now!

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                      • #12
                        With the information Billy T. provided, I'd triple check that the wiring was connected properly between all associated components, and even swap the devices to known working lanes to see if the issue follows or not.
                        There! Try to NOT work now!

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