[Technicians

Technicians refer to those who are involved in the designing, manufacture, checking, and maintenance at an amusement machine manufacturer and also have advanced training or equivalent experience in the daily upkeep and repair of amusement machines.

Precautions for safe operation

The procedures listed herein must be carefully followed to ensure both safe operation and to prevent personal injury and property damage. Use the product only after sufficiently understanding the procedures listed.

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Danger

Warning

Ignoring these warnings and mishandling

Ignoring these warnings and mishandling

of the cabinet may result in death or serious

of the cabinet

may result in injury or

injury.

property damage.

• Before moving the cabinet, unplug the power cord. This is necessary to avoid accidents and damage to the cabinet.

• Do not damage the power cord and ground cable when moving the cabinet. This may cause accidents involving fire and electric shock as well as damage to the cabinet.

• To prevent accidents when moving and shipping the cabinet, be sure to do so with an appropriate number of people to safely handle the cabinet and be very careful of surrounding conditions.

• When moving the cabinet, be careful for safety around you and create a path sufficient to move the cabinet.

• Do not damage the wiring. Doing so may cause fires and electric shock.

• Do not move the cabinet with the adjusters lowered. It may cause injury and accidents.

• Do not touch areas other than those indicated. This may cause accidents and personal injury.

• When moving the cabinet, support it by grabbing the handles at the side of the cabinet. Especially when moving or carrying the cabinet over graded surfaces, be sure to lift the cabinet by the handles. This is necessary to prevent accidents and personal injury.

Installation

• Install the cabinet following the explanations and procedures in this manual. Failing to do so may create the danger of electric shock and personal injury.

• Be sure to connect the ground cord. If the cabinet is not properly grounded, it may cause an electric shock in the event of a short circuit.

• This cabinet is for indoor-use only. Under no circumstances should it be placed outdoors or in the locations listed below. So doing may cause damage to the cabinet and accidents.

— Indoor pools, areas near a shower, and other locations where humidity is high.

— In areas that are excessively hot, like next to a heater. In areas around dangerous materials.

— Near ventilators and areas of severe temperature extremes.

—On inclines, areas subject to severe jolts, and other unstable locations.

— In areas exposed to direct sunlight.

— In places that are excessively dusty.

— In areas prone to leaking and flooding.

— Near fire fighting facilities and emergency exits.

• Do not block the ventilation openings in the rear of the cabinet. Doing so will increase the internal temperature of the cabinet and may cause fire and damage to the cabinet.

• Do not place containers with liquids (drinks, etc.) or small metal objects on the machine. Should liquids or conductive materials fall into the machine, it may result in fire and electric shock.

• Be sure to use an outlet rated at AC220V - 240V and insert the plug into a specialized outlet. If other high-capacity products (air conditioners and large-size cabinets, etc.) are used on the same power line, this may result in accidents such involving fire and electric shock as well as damage to the cabinet.

• Do not damage, modify, or place heavy objects on the cord. Also, do not place the cord near heated objects. Doing so may break the cord and cause fire and electric shock.

• When installing the cabinet, be sure to adjust the nine adjusters on the bottom of the cabinet to bring it level. Failing to do so may cause accidents and personal injury should the cabinet tip over or fall. Also it may cause the coin selection function to malfunction.

• Do not place the power cord in areas where people can step on or kick it. Doing so may cause accidents and personal injury.

• Place the cabinet where room temperature is between 5°C and 35°C. If the temperature exceeds or falls below the recommended temperature range, this may damage the cabinet.

• Be careful when handling glass parts. Failing to do so may cause accidents and injury.

• Absolutely do not climb onto the cabinet to attach parts. Doing so may result in accidents and injury.

Operation

■ Before Operation

■ Before Operation

• Be careful to see that the "Warning" and "Caution" stickers affixed to the cabinet are placed where they can be read, are sufficiently illuminated, and free of dirt, etc. Also, make sure they are not hidden by other cabinets, etc.

• If labels are considerably dirty, torn, etc., replace them with new labels. (To request new labels, contact SNK or any authorized dealer.)

• Do not unplug the cabinet if your hands are wet. This may cause accidents such as electric shock.

• Do not damage, modify, or place heavy or hot objects on or near the power cord. If the cord is damaged, this may cause accidents involving fire and electric shock.

• If the power cord is damaged (the wires are exposed, cut, etc.), contact the SNK Corporation or any authorized dealer for replacement. Failing to replace the cord may cause fire, electric shock, and short circuits.

• Check the stability of the cabinet (the cabinet is stabilized with the adjusters) in the installation area. There may be a danger of accidents from the cabinet tipping over or moving.

• Place the cabinet where it can be operated safely. This is necessary to avoid accidents and personal injury.

• Be careful when handling glass parts. This is necessary to prevent accidents and injuries.

• When unused for long periods, turn the cabinet off and unplug it for safety.

Operation

■ During Operation

■ During Operation

• Should any of the following occur, immediately turn the power switch off and unplug the cabinet. Continued use in any of these circumstances may result in accidents such as fire and electric shock.

—When the cabinet breaks down.

— When water or foreign matter enters the cabinet.

— When the cabinet is damaged.

— When smoke, unusual odors, or strange noises emanate from the cabinet.

• Do not let anyone climb or lean on the cabinet. This may result in accidents and injuries.

• To avoid accidents, stop customers from performing any of the actions that are forbidden by the warning stickers affixed to the cabinet.

• Do not insert fingers or foreign objects into the cabinet's openings and cracks. This may cause accidents and personal injury.

• Stop customers from placing packages and drinks on the cabinet. This is necessary to avoid damage to the cabinet and accidents from falling objects.

• Immediately stop violent behavior, such as hitting or kicking the cabinet. This is necessary to prevent accidents and breakdowns.

Maintenance

• When performing maintenance on the cabinet, be sure to do so after the power is turned off. Doing so when the power is not turned off may result in electric shock.

• Absolutely do not try to copy or modify this cabinet. Doing so may cause fire and electric shock.

• Do not use parts in this cabinet other than those specified by the SNK Corporation. Doing so may cause accidents and breakdowns.

• Make sure all connectors in the cabinet are connected tightly. Loose and partial or incorrect connections may cause accidents such as fire and electric shock.

• Do not apply volatile liquid cleaners like benzene, alcohol, thinner, and insecticides to the cabinet. This may cause paint and stickers to peel and ruin the luster of the cabinet's finish.

Disposal

• When disposing of this cabinet, make sure you do so according to the laws of your area concerning collection, shipping, and disposal.

• When disposing of this cabinet through the agency of another, be sure to do this through an agency qualified in the collection, shipping, and disposal of products of this kind.

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