Balls are propelled by the FM-250 using the assistance of an air-powered cylinder to consistently push the ball into the spinning tires. An air compressor keeps the cylinder pressurized by “cycling” after every 15 to 20 balls are fired. The compressor will “cycle” for 1 to 2 minutes or until it fills the air tank to approximately 100 psi. The compressor will then release the air out of the air valve (which sounds like air brakes on a bus). The machine should NOT be powered down during the middle of a compressor “cycle”.
Please view the video in the link below for instructions on how to adjust the ball feed limit switch.
To load the machine onto a truck bed:
Please view the video in the links below for instructions on how to inspect the Light Assembly Wiring.
Please use the link below for instruction on how to remove the stepper drive
Please use the link below for instructions on how to remove the MCU board.
Removing the Air Compressor Part 1:
Removing the Air Compressor Part 2:
Please follow the instructions below for removing the air compressor.
Please follow the instructions on the following link to repair the air line.
Please see the attached photo of the plug that needs to be purchased.
Replacement plug Model #PS5369XCCV4
Please view the video in the link below for instructions on how to test the DC Drive.
The first step in evaluating your throwing wheel motor is to inspect the black bushings (little black plugs located at the end of the motor) and white wire plugs (plugged into the motor wire) to ensure they're tight and secure with no wire damage.
If both are tight and secure with no visible damage to them, proceed to the next step.
The next step is to view the video in the links below for instructions on how to test the throwing motor.
Please follow these instructions for both removing and installing the electrical enclosure and 48v power supply.
The top plate is attached with two or four screws that need to be removed to release.
Please follow the instructions below and in the video to test the Throwing Mechanism using the Manual Override Button:
Performing the manual override test
Replacement parts can be purchased at the FungoMan Online Store