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MMR Support [MMR Members Only] / Left Troll Problem
« on: February 16, 2020, 09:38:32 PM »

My left troll isn't registering hits. I found two screws and a double holed washer on the playfield. The face of my left troll is totally loose. Just flapping around.

I found the attached picture that Lloyd had posted on another forum. Obviously I need to reattach these 2 screws and the washer to the back of the face of my left troll to hold it in place. However, what are the 2 screws attached to? It is attaching the face of the troll to the long arm of the switch? I just can't make that out from the picture. Is the washer under the screw heads but above the long arm of the switch?

MMR Support [MMR Members Only] / Problem With Ball Trough
« on: August 09, 2018, 08:21:41 PM »
I'm having an issue with balls getting stuck in the Ball Trough. The coil ejector device that ejects the ball out of the Ball Trough has a black plastic ring around it (Coil Tubing?). It appears that this black plastic tube is extending a little too far up into the ball trough obstructing the balls from being right over the plunger so that they can be ejected from the Trough. I can push the black plastic tube down a little to relieve the obstruction, but it keeps recurring. Any ideas how to fix this?

The ball keeps getting stuck, just below the I (in F-I-R-E) at the left return lane switch. It looks like the metal switch is sticking up too much into the playfield, and the ball just can't get over it. Am I going to do any damage if I try to bend the metal switch downward a little, so the ball can get over it, or is there another way to adjust it?

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