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    Munsters losing flipper power

    Gday all. A friend of mine has a Munsters pro that he’s hoping to use in a comp tomorrow. It’s losing power on the left flipper as the game progresses. He asked if I could take a look for him.
    Now I’ve never worked on a new Stern pin. Am I looking for the same sorts of things as I would with the older pins. Eos, diodes and so forth? It sounds like the old classic eos not working and the coil heating up but apparently the coil isn’t hot.
    Just wondering if there is anything else I should be checking?
    thanks.
    Boof

    #2
    Might be worth checking the coil stops, if they're anything like the JP2 ones the stop separates from the bracket and will cause flipper power issues

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      #3
      It might just need a service - replace the coil sleeve, file down the end of the plunger if it has mushroomed. And check EOS gap like u suggest.

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