tech: TZ does not power on

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My TZ in my house has been working great. Go to turn it on this
morning for a few games and nothing... the game does not even come on
.... make a sound nothing.
I checked that power is coming to the outlet.

Not sure what to check first. Never had absolutely nothing happen when
you turn the power switch on a game before.

Thanks for any help
 
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Is the main fuse in the game the one by the outlet inside the game you
could plug a lite or something else into to work on the game? If so do
you turn it one way or the other to get it out.

thanks
 
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> My TZ in my house has been working great. Go to turn it on this
> morning for a few games and nothing... the game does not even come on
> ... make a sound nothing.
> I checked that power is coming to the outlet.
>
> Not sure what to check first. Never had absolutely nothing happen when
> you turn the power switch on a game before.

Check the main fuse inside the game. Check to make sure the cord is pushed
all the way in at the back of the machine.

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The plug is not lose. I took the main fuse holder off, but the fuse
would not come out. After using two very little flat head screw
drivers I was able to grab it and get it out. It had some sore of
sticky stuff around both ends ... not sure what that is from. Tested
it with a meter and it works fine.
Powered on the game and it came right on ... very odd. Go to play a
game and the left flippers are very weak ... and sort of bounce once to
the full up position.
Must be some sort of power issue going on.
 
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yes and yes

<funarcade@gmail.com> wrote in message
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> Is the main fuse in the game the one by the outlet inside the game you
> could plug a lite or something else into to work on the game? If so do
> you turn it one way or the other to get it out.
>
> thanks
>
 

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