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  • New Ball Door Lock Solenoid Does Not Energize

    So I swapped the solenoid out with the working one on the adjacent lane and it still doesn't energize. Could there be something wrong where the ball detect communicates with the board? The ball detect works but I'm thinking it may be a board issue.

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    2 things firstly put mutimeter and test voltage just to make sure if you do or dont have voltage if not then swap i/o board with another lane if still not then its a broken wire from chassis to solenoid
    im never wrong just askme

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      Originally posted by justaskme View Post
      2 things firstly put mutimeter and test voltage just to make sure if you do or dont have voltage if not then swap i/o board with another lane if still not then its a broken wire from chassis to solenoid
      You swapped the solenoid, but did you swap the cables to see if the original bad one was getting a pulse? Just plug the odd solenoid into the even station and vice versa, then activate the ball detects to see if the problem stays on the original lane or moves to the other lane.

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