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I can't get past switch test mode

When I plug in machine it goes through led mode and switch test mode over and over again never gets to play mode

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    Keith Robinson Dec 30, 2013

    The pinball machine when turned on goes thru the test for the lights on the playing board, then goes thru the testing of the switches,(test the bumper the flippers) and that is where it stops

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SOURCE: Hotpoint WF640P - in permanent 'test' mode?!

this fault i find interesting, i had a f860p doing the same thing after the power went off, i was told to press both the start and on button together for a few seconds etc, or something like that, it didnt work for me, but it worked for someone else on here who had same machine and same fault

if this cures it for you get back to me and tell me exactly what you did as i still have the machine in storage, i have spare machines

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SOURCE: Hotpoint WF640P - in permanent 'test' mode?!

Press "start" & "on" together for over 5 seconds; the test mode will come off.

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SOURCE: When switching the TV on from the mains, the tv

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Your TV's memory IC has damaged. Memory IC is one, which stores all the data that we give to the TV either by remote button commands or by the front panel controls. It will store the data in it when we switch OFF the TV and will retain all the stored data to main system control IC; when we switch ON the TV. This process is called the 'last position memory store'. If the memory IC has damaged, this process will not occur and the fault you described here will occur. When you unplug or switch OFF the set, actually the sets internal settings will go to its original Factory settings, and is calle as "Hard Reset'. So when you switch it ON after unplug it from AC mains, it will work with its factory setting. No previous setting will not be there, and we have to reset it again.
The memory IC is a small one; have 8 solder terminals; and not colstly too. it can be located very near to main system control IC. There are tw types. SMD type [Surface Mount Device],and ordinary. If it is surface mount type, desoldering and soldering machine is required to replace it. If it is ordinary type, it can be resolderd out from the board and soldered into. Its number is very importent to note; and must be same. OK.

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SOURCE: onkyo tx-ds989 goes to stand by mode just playing for 3 second ... rest every thing is ok

Check the speaker wiring on back that it is not shorting against one another, output ic's may have bad solder connections and should be checked carefully.

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