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  • A2 pinsetter training

    Is there still a training program for the A2? If so, where and how long is it? How about video training for the A2, is there such a thing? Thanks.
    Howard

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    Re: A2 pinsetter training

    howard,
    a-2 training school is still available, however it is no longer available from brunswick. it is now held in virginia by precision pinsetter service. if i'm not mistaken, it is taught by the guy that did teach the class for brunswick. it is 2 weeks long. look in bowling center managment for an ad or call your parts distributor for a phone number.
    brunswick does have a video library for the a-2. look in the quick parts manual under tools and you should find the part number. i'll get the number while i'm at work and give it to you. i do beleive that you will find bowl-tech a great learning tool. read around and ask questions. everyone here is good at what they do and are more than happy to help others. good luck.

    alex
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      Re: A2 pinsetter training

      Howard,
      Call 1-800-323-8141, select "School Information". It will have all of the info you need.


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        Re: A2 pinsetter training

        To those that are interested...AMF Bowling Worldwide has started a Brunswick A/A-2 training school. It will be two weeks long and will be held in an actual bowling center in selected regions. It will focus on theory with practical hands-on performed on machines that are used everyday. This will help point out to the students actual wear on the machines that occurs with normal day to day use. The first class is being held right now in Florida. My center will be hosting the second class begining May 14th. Anybody interested in looking into the classes, contact me and I will give you a phone number to call...
        TSM & TSM Training Development
        Main Event Entertainment
        480-620-6758 for help or information

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