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    I have some A-2 machines with brunswick electronic time delay module. When you switch off the masking units, main ciruit breaker or the mechanic switch during normal operation, the machine will authomaticly cycle by itself. When i replace the original or the old time delay, nothing happen. Try it on some of the machine that has old time delay with the electronic time delay, it happen on the machine. Why? We have brunswick frameworx system.

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    Re: Time delay module

    Amano,
    Do you mean that the machine cycles when you turn it off or it cycles when you turn it back on? Is the rake down at the point you are turning it off and this happens?

    Steve
    TSM & TSM Training Development
    Main Event Entertainment
    480-620-6758 for help or information

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      Re: Time delay module

      Quote:]Originally posted by JBEES:
      Amano,
      Do you mean that the machine cycles when you turn it off or it cycles when you turn it back on? Is the rake down at the point you are turning it off and this happens?

      Steve
      [/QUOTE]

      Yes, steve it will cycle when you turn it off and back on again, it will cycles. Just like someone hit the recycle bottom.

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        Re: Time delay module

        Amano Ho:
        All models of time delay Brunswicks will recycle, if breaker is turned on last, thats when they repower. When clearing a jam on the pinsetter, leave the rear mech switch off until you have turned the breaker back on, (which in all cases you should have turned off if, in the pinsetter). After turning the breaker back on you will notice the time delay firing off,( totally normal) But will not result in cycling if you lastly turn on a low voltage switch
        Hope we are on same page
        Roscoe
        rfm

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          Re: Time delay module

          Thanks, Roscoe for your information.


          Quote:]Originally posted by Midwest Pinsetter Service:
          Amano Ho:
          All models of time delay Brunswicks will recycle, if breaker is turned on last, thats when they repower. When clearing a jam on the pinsetter, leave the rear mech switch off until you have turned the breaker back on, (which in all cases you should have turned off if, in the pinsetter). After turning the breaker back on you will notice the time delay firing off,( totally normal) But will not result in cycling if you lastly turn on a low voltage switch
          Hope we are on same page
          Roscoe
          [/QUOTE]

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          • #6
            Re: Time delay module

            Quote:]Originally posted by Amano Ho:

            Roscoe, this time i turn off the mechanic because the ball got struck infront of the cushion, after lifing the deck holding hook to first ball, i turn on the machine and it recycle itself before i press the mechanic bottom. i replace the old time delay module and it works fine. i thought maybe the electronic time delay module is bad, so i try it again with another electronic on other machine and it happen again. something is wrong somewhere. Please advise me.


            Thanks, Roscoe for your information.


            [/QUOTE]

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