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Harvard GO3620 air hockey doesn't always score the goal

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The controller is poorly designed and likely burned out. I am assuming you bought your's used. If it were new, you would see that each segment of the LEDs would burn out over time and stop displaying. I am rebuilding mine - I bought a microcontroller and and writing the programing from scratch. I have identified all of the pins on the controller and it will plug into all the cables on the bottom of the table. should have it done by New Years. Let me know, if it sounds like your problem. I can build an extra one - I'll check back here to see if you are interested.

Posted on Dec 17, 2008

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SOURCE: Air hockey table keeps scoring on it's own.

This table uses low voltages for the scoring lever. I agree with fixer1950. Check / disassemble the goal / scoring assembly, and look for the scoring lever. sometimes just 2 metal plates. should see where it's touching the scoring strip and you can test it by moving it with your finger / pen / other device.

Try adjusting it further away, and test again with a puck to ensure proper operation..

Posted on Dec 07, 2009

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SOURCE: What's the use of the Air Hockey Mallet?

The Air Hockey mallet is used to strike the pucks along the Air Hockey table in the direction you want to strike. You should strike the puck with enough force in order to be able to score a goal at the other end of the table, after a couple of game you'll get the idea.

Posted on Jul 25, 2012

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SOURCE: What's the optimal height of an Air Hockey table?

Theaverage Air Hockey table height is 32 inches, there are also higher tables upto 36 inches if the average 32 inches is not comfortable for you, check outthis sitehttp://www.bmigaming.com/games-sports-airhockey-commercial.htm for more information.

Posted on Jul 25, 2012

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SOURCE: What's the origin of Air Hockey?

AirHockey was invented by a group of Brunswick Billiards employees. In 1969, atrio of Brunswick engineers - Phil Crossman, Bob Kenrick, and Brad Baldwin.Theproject stagnated for several years until it was revived by Lemieux, who thenfocused on implementing an abstracted version of ice hockey, with a thin disk,two mallets and ****-like goals equipped with photo detectors. The original patentsreference Crossman, Kenrick and Lemieux.

Posted on Jul 25, 2012

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The Air Hockey mallet is used to strike the pucks along the Air Hockey table in the direction you want to strike. You should strike the puck with enough force in order to be able to score a goal at the other end of the table, after a couple of game you'll get the idea.

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Do you know where i can get parts for my older harvard air hockey table ?


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http://www.escaladesports.com/pdf/g03993.pdf

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Air hockey table keeps scoring on it's own.


This table uses low voltages for the scoring lever. I agree with fixer1950. Check / disassemble the goal / scoring assembly, and look for the scoring lever. sometimes just 2 metal plates. should see where it's touching the scoring strip and you can test it by moving it with your finger / pen / other device.

Try adjusting it further away, and test again with a puck to ensure proper operation..

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Harvard air hockey scoing system


The controller is poorly designed and likely burned out. I am assuming you bought your's used. If it were new, you would see that each segment of the LEDs would burn out over time and stop displaying. I am rebuilding mine - I bought a microcontroller and and writing the programing from scratch. I have identified all of the pins on the controller and it will plug into all the cables on the bottom of the table. should have it done by New Years. Let me know, if it sounds like your problem. I can build an extra one - I'll check back here to see if you are interested.

Nov 23, 2008 | Harvard Xh 7000 Hockey Table

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