Figure 22 American Made Coin Door 71IOxxxx D

General-Usage Low-Force Miniature Switch Miniature Bayonet-Base Incandescent Lamp, Type 47 4x 1 t-lnch Slotted Pan-Head Thread-Rolling Tri-Fluted Taptite Cadmium-Plated Screw 4 x 5 16-Inch Slotted Pan-Head Thread-Rolling Tri-Fluted Plastite Black Screw 4-40 x 3 8-Inch Slotted Truss-Head Steel Machine Screw 6-32 x 3 16-Inch Slotted Truss-Head Steel Machine Screw 1 4-20 Standard-Pattern Cadmium-Plated Steel Hex Nut 8-32 Standard-Pattern Cadmium-Plated Steel Hex Nut 4-40 Polymer Self-Locking Steel...

Figure 6 Self Test Procedure

Instruction Test Passes Results if Test Fails 1. Set self-test switch to on position (see Figure 5). The monitor displays the picture below. The game produces only a very short beep sound. Example only detail on next page explains these four rows of symbols. RAM FAILURE is indicated by a sequence of low and high beeps. Note the sequence of beeps and determine which RAM(s) may be bad. To restart the sequence, press the reset pushbutton on the game PCB, or set the self-test switch to off, then...

List of Illustrations

Figure 3 International Line Voltage Selection 4 Figure 4 Interlock and Power On Off Switches 5 Figure 5 Location of Self-Test Switch, Volume Control and Option Switches 6 Figure 6 Self-Test Procedure 7 Figure 8 Game Price Figure 9 Coin Counter Option Figure 10 Opening the Control Panel and Replacing Switches 16 Figure 11 Monitor Figure 12 Fluorescent Tube Figure 13 Printed-Circuit Board Figure 14 Power Figure 15 Signal Figure 16 Cabinet-Mounted Figure 17 Control Panel Figure 18 Fluorescent...

3 Examples of Option Switch Settings

Figure 8 explains the options, giving twelve examples of the most common U.S. situations. The toggles mentioned are all in the switch at location L8 they only relate to game price, coin mechanism multipliers, and bonus play. You should set the toggles relating to other functions as you see fit, although Figure 7 provides symbols indicating Atari's recommendations. Figure 8 explains the options, giving twelve examples of the most common U.S. situations. The toggles mentioned are all in the...

1 Line Voltage Selection

This game has two possible power supplies the U.S. or international power supply. The U.S. power supply operates on one line voltage range 105 to 135 VAC. The international power supply has four colored voltage selection plugs and operates on the line voltage of almost any country in the world. Before plugging in your game, check your power supply. If the supply doesn't have voltage selection plugs and a connector at J3 (see Figure 3), then the game operates on any voltage from 105 to 135 VAC....

Fluorescent Tube Replace ment

Testprocedure Printed Circuit Board

If you drop a fluorescent tube and it breaks, it will implode Shattered glass can fly 6 feet or more from the implosion. Use care when replacing any fluorescent tube. Avoid looking at the blacklight when it is on. It may damage your eyes. To replace the fluorescent white- or blacklight tube behind the front graphics attraction panel, follow this procedure (see Figure 12) 1. Remove the three Allen-head screws and lock washers at the top of the game (they secure the black metal retainer for the...

Monitor Removal

If you should need to remove the Quadrascan X-Y monitor, follow steps 1 thru 4 as listed on this page. 1. Unplug the game from its wall outlet. Open the coin door. Reach in the opening and unplug the 12-pin harness connector underneath the monitor. 2. Open the rear access panel. Unplug the harness connector located at the center left side of the access panel opening. 3. Locate the two brass-colored L brackets that fasten down the wood monitor shelf. Remove the two sets of carriage bolts, flat...

Parts List

Transformer A035888

Fluorescent Light and Speaker Harness 18-Inch 15-Watt Cool White Fluorescent Tube 18-Inch 15-Watt Blacklight Fluorescent Tube Spring Connector Wire Nut for 16- to 18-Guage Wires Y-Lead Connector part no. A036045-01 is an acceptable substitute NOTICE TO ALL PERSONS RECEIVING THIS DRAWING CONFIDENTIAL Reproduction forbidden without the specific written permission of Atari, Inc., Sunnyvale, CA. This drawing is only conditionally issued, and neither receipt nor possession thereof confers or...

Figure 23 British Made Coin Door 171000xxx A

Coin Return Button with U.S. 25 Price Plate Coin Return Button with U.S. 1 Price Plate Coin Return Button with German 1 DM Price Plate Coin Return Button with German 2 DM Price Plate Coin Return Button with German 5 DM Price Plate Coin Return Button with Belgian 5 Fr Price Plate Coin Return Button with French 1 Fr Price Plate Coin Return Button with Japanese 100 Yen Price Plate Coin Return Button with British 10 Pence Price Plate Coin Return Button with Australian 20 Price Plate Coin Return...

2 Interlock and Power OnOff Switches

Arcade Door Switch Interlock

To minimize the hazard of electrical shock while working on the inside of the game cabinet, two interlock switches have been installed see Figure 4 . One is located behind the access panel and one is behind the coin door. These switches remove all AC line power from the game circuitry when a door is opened. Check for proper operation of the interlock switches by performing the following steps Plug the AC line power cord into an AC outlet. Close the access panel and coin door. Set the power on...