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    Thank you partnumber what i did was change the
    whole solenoid and spring and plates and all that
    put open bowling on it all day today roughly 30
    games so far and it didn't do it at all.Until I
    say this.

    Thanks again guys Scooter

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    Re: table drive assm. fixed I beleive

    good job.
    SGT
    U.S. Army/AVN
    Retired

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      Re: table drive assm. fixed I beleive

      Way to go. Sometimes the drive assy area can be the toughest part of the machine to diagnose, with so many little parts and all!

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        Re: table drive assm. fixed I beleive

        I'm gonna put money on the spotting solenoid being bad. It's happened to me that the solenoid will pull in fine, but it becomes weak. Meaning it can't hold itself closed. After that whenever I pull a spotting assembly I'll take it to the bench, run 110v. to it and try to pull it apart while it's energized. If I can separate it, in the garbage it goes.
        Who needs parts, I have duct tape and rubber bands.

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