1977 Williams liberty Bell

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1977 Williams liberty Bell

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I haven't been on the forum for a while, but I thought I would ask the brain trust. My friend has an old Liberty Bell that worked great for 4 months and then the start button (front left) wouldn’t release the ball anymore, actually nothing happens. I haven't had a chance to look at it yet (they are in another City)… any thoughts on what it might be? (power supply, fuse etc.?).

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I can't say that I'm any better than anyone on pins but I would start by checking the fuses then if that is'nt the problem, maybe check if the start button switch has a good contact.

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Put some credits on the credit unit and see if it comes to life
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thanks guys... I'll get him to try that.

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