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I have a halex rod hockey table model number 63551. the power input from the transformer got pushed into the control box, and broke. called the company and they do not sell replacement parts
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Harvard is by Escalade Sports, their website is www.escaladesports.com. Calling their telephone number for replacement parts is better though, the telephone number is 1-866-556-2758. I hope this helps.
Posted on Feb 07, 2009
The customer service is somewhat oblivious to their inventory and products they sell. But, if your table is not pushing the puck, call and order a new fan (easy swap out). Also, you may use a small pin and poke each air-hole as dust accumulates and clogs system (do not use a wax or polish, only damp soft cloth)
The control box is the interface to power scoreboard.(kids pushed the transformer cord in too hard and separated the circuitry panel inside CB). I am in process of replacing mine, model number 34090, part number 34090HG08, $5.00+ SH
There are comparable control box modules for similar turbo hockey games, Atomizer, which uses a similar control box that you can swap circuitry out to your old box. (Very simple, even a cave man can do it..hah). The key is the ability to put control box back together once you disassemble inerts. (The "flip" mechanism is so shoddy it never goes back together right)
Good luck with Sportcraft and their disposable $500-600.00 air hockey tables which have a lifespan of parts of less than 5 yrs!
Posted on Dec 01, 2009
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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