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  • 82-8 foul light replacement

    I started replacing these pesky old farts with Zot conversions. They are terribly ugly and I'm not happy with the way the reflector mounts on the small cover. Is there another system that is better than this?

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    Re: 82-8 foul light replacement

    i myself use Bowltronic owner always promises me a few Zot conversions....but never comes through...i dont know if 82-8'are the same as 82-120's or not....any how bowl tronic is good....click on the "pinsetterparts.com" ad on the top of everyother screen to get prices

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      Re: 82-8 foul light replacement

      ffejbowl,
      Is the 82-8 the new AMF foul unit?
      We just got 24 units in yesterday.

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        Re: 82-8 foul light replacement

        82-8's are the first foul lights from AMF I believe. If you watch the Flintstones they were in Bedrock Bowl.

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          Re: 82-8 foul light replacement

          82-8's used vacuum tubes & had the relays in them covered with a green "mason jar"! Kinda cool to look at, but not many left!
          I've had enough of hope & chains.

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            Such a "lovely" unit. How could anyone that had them forget the 6SN7 vacuum tube.

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              Re: 82-8 foul light replacement

              Is onyone familiar with the newest AMF foul unit?

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                Re: 82-8 foul light replacement

                Dutch,
                The newest AMF foul unit I know of is the Radaray Universal. I just left a house a few months ago that had 20 of them. They worked great and are very simple to adjust.

                Russ

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                  Re: 82-8 foul light replacement

                  I've had 82-8"s for forty years. Ed Marshall converted the wall boxes to solid state about five years ago. We replace about twenty 1154 bulbs a month, but they still keep on ticking. ( 48 lanes ) A new foul light system has been ordered, but I don't know what type. Summer project-I hope!
                  "Gun control is the policy of tyrants"
                  Rep. Rob Bishop (R-UT)

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                    Re: 82-8 foul light replacement

                    I've installed 24 of AMF's infra-red foul light unit. If you are relacing 82-8's you will have to cut your capping and run power and lamp cord wire to foul line.They fit exactly like 82-120's.The only problems have been with the terminal blocks and afew transformers had a leg break off. In both cases the foul light would foul when stepping on the line but it wouldn't send voltage to machine to trigger foul cycle. The terminal block can be fixed by running a jumper wire.The transformer has to be relaced.It is soldered to the board.Could be a little hard to find transformer. It is much better than the 8's or 120's.I hardley even know they are there.That is unless they kick the common housing off the floor.What can you say, BOWLERS.

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                      Re: 82-8 foul light replacement

                      Quote:]Originally posted by amfpinboy:
                      I've had 82-8"s for forty years. Ed Marshall converted the wall boxes to solid state about five years ago. We replace about twenty 1154 bulbs a month, but they still keep on ticking. ( 48 lanes ) A new foul light system has been ordered, but I don't know what type. Summer project-I hope![/QUOTE]

                      48 Lanes in NJ you wouldn't be at WALLington would you?

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                        Re: 82-8 foul light replacement

                        Quote:]Originally posted by amfpinboy:
                        I've had 82-8"s for forty years. Ed Marshall converted the wall boxes to solid state about five years ago. We replace about twenty 1154 bulbs a month, but they still keep on ticking. ( 48 lanes ) A new foul light system has been ordered, but I don't know what type. Summer project-I hope![/QUOTE]

                        48 Lanes in NJ you wouldn't be at WALLington would you?

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