"Keith Stelter" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message
> Probably a stripped gear or at least some broken teeth on a gear inside
> I have had some luck taking these apart (you have to drill rivets, etc)
> moving the gears on the shafts so that "good" areas of the gears are
> contacting each other, but it's a pretty ambitious task.
> Last time I bought a T-rex motor/gearbox assembly it was about $100.00.
> "kansas city pinball.com" <email@example.com> wrote in message
> > t-rex on jp is only going about 1/2 way down then the motor just
> > shutters.
> > if i give it a little push it will go again.
> > it was working fine and just started doing this.
> > anyone know whats going on?
> > thanks
> > john
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