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Jugs 101 pitching machine , bottom motor will not run ,no current at connector on circuit board

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Just had this happen on my machine. Opened up the control box and found center disc capcitor was loose from cold solder joint. However we also found the hot lead for the motor at the wiring block on the circuit board had a cracked solder joint. Simply reheated with solder iron and applied little extra solder and it working again.

Posted on Oct 10, 2012

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