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  • hanging 180s

    during a hanging 180 the turret indexes and comes out of the 180...is this normal or are my machines out of adjustment...I was just wondering cause I was..

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    Jordan(288)

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    Re: hanging 180s

    hey jordan,
    your 180 link could be adjusted a little too low and the vibration of the next set of pins dropping into the deck is enough to jog it loose and release the machine from 180.
    hope this helps,
    brunsmechanic
    GOOD LUCK EVERYONE

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      Re: hanging 180s

      jordan...the one thing you need to concentrate on is to prevent the "hanging" 180's. As the 180 degree interlock link rises, it is raising the clutch release lever to re-engage the roller into the actuator links. This causes the triggering linkage to get back in "sync" with itself. The rest of the cycle then resumes as normal. The cycle usually begins due to the clutch latch not falling under the roller on the clutch reset lever between 270 and 360 degrees. This can be due to someone pressing the reset button before the rake is up. This can be solved by rewiring the machine to remove the reset button from the circuit while the rake is down. There was a thread done a few months back that talked about this problem. I have moved wire 61 from the Y2 connector (wire nut in electrical box) and move it to wire 56 which is the common of TSC-1 or the #18 spot on the time delay module. This will remove the reset button from the circuit while the rake is down. This works on A-2's with normal wiring in the electrical box. If you're not sure, e-mail me and I will help you through it.


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      Just my two cents worth...

      Steve

      [This message has been edited by JBEES (edited 02-08-2001).]
      TSM & TSM Training Development
      Main Event Entertainment
      480-620-6758 for help or information

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      • #4
        Re: hanging 180s

        hey jordan,
        i agree with jbees,
        i should've been a little more descriptive in my response but i guess thats the beauty of bowl-tech.
        thanks jbees,
        brunsmechanic
        GOOD LUCK EVERYONE

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