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    The power lift on couple lanes are not workin, one of the relays in the J-box isn't workin, is not getting any energy, can some one help me.?

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    Re: Power lift not workin

    Please identify type of machines and type of power lifts...we find it difficult to help without this info.
    TSM & TSM Training Development
    Main Event Entertainment
    480-620-6758 for help or information

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    • #3
      Re: Power lift not workin

      doh!
      Don't you hate that when that happens?

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      • #4
        Re: Power lift not workin

        Paco,
        If you have more then 1 pair of power lifts not working and especially if the lanes are in a row then you should check your circuit breaker.

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        • #5
          Re: Power lift not workin

          Sorry, I have Brunswick A-2 machines, the power lift are Brunswick 2000, I use single pole relay, AS-90, and is only one pair of lanes, I check the braker but still doesn't work

          [This message has been edited by Paco24 (edited 09-02-2000).]

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          • #6
            Re: Power lift not workin

            Hey Paco
            Check the cables coming from your accellerator box.
            The power lift turns on by recieving 24 volts from the coil of the accellerator relay.
            Check and see if both cannon plugs are plugged in at the accel box.
            If they are unplug the pinsetter motor plug(for safety) then remove the cannon plugs and check with a meter if you are getting 24volts at the pins of the female cannon plug connection.
            If you are not check inside the accellerator electrical box.
            (this is assuming the accellerator is working)
            If you are getting 24 volts to the plug then plug your cables back in and measure at the power lift coils for 24 volts.
            If you have 24 volts then something has fried the coils of the relays.
            If you are not getting 24 volts at the power lift coils but are getting 24 volts at the cannon plug then check all the underlane track and around the dropsweep cover for pinched or broken wires.
            Happy hunting
            Grambo

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