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Arachnid 4500 power supply or other problem
« on: November 12, 2020, 07:49:34 am »
Hello, sorry for my bad english...
I have an old arachnid 4500 and i have only light on the coin throw in and on the player change. I think i have a problem with the power supply. I dont know which kind of voltage i need on the pins from the power supply. Maybe i have a problem with the 5v, but i dont know where i need 5 volt or where i need the other voltage. The fuse are running.
I hope somebody could help me. Thanks are lot. Josef

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Re: Arachnid 4500 power supply or other problem
« Reply #1 on: April 28, 2021, 12:43:37 pm »
Back in 2018, Arachnid removed all repair information and schematics from their website for all previous models. You can find the repair information at the Internet Archive at this link:

https://web.archive.org/web/20120106200119/http://www.leagueleader.net/bullshooter/support-3/legacy-products-2/4500-series-dartboards

I guess Arachnid does not want people repairing their old equipment any more. Arachnid now only has repair information posted on their website for currently manufactured models.