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The electronic score board turns on, has audio, allows us to select and start a game; however, it does not register a shot. No score is recorded. The unit worked for the first 45 minutes we used it, but then this problem started. We've checked the connections of the cables from the scoring "paddles" or levers and the scoreboard and everything is connected. We replaced batteries. I just don't know what else to do.

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