Coin Door

Figure 3-6 Vertically Mounted Coin Door A037619-XX D Figure 3-6 Vertically Mounted Coin Door A037619-XX D A037619-01 U.S. 25C 2S Coin Door A037619-02 - U.S. 50c 50c Coin Door A037619-03 Canadian 25 25c Coin Door A037619-04 British 10 P 10 P Coin Door A037619-05 - British 10 P 50 P Coin Door A037619-06 British 20 P 50 P Coin Door A037619-07 Australian 20C 20 Coin Door A037619-08 German 1 DM 1 DM Coin Door A037619-15 - A037619-09 German 2 DM 1 DM Coin Door A037619-16 - A037619-10 German 2 DM 5 DM...

The Control Panel

I Before removing or repairing any switch on the I control panel, unplug the game. 1. Open the coin door. Reach up through the opening to the top of the control panel and release the spring-draw latches. (You may also release the spring-draw latches from the back of the game cabinet after opening the rear access panel.) 3. Lift up on the control panel at the top edge and tilt it toward you. There is foam tape on the display shield, which cushions the shield and prevents liquids from entering...

Printed Circuit Boards

Before removing or repairing any printed-circuit board, unplug the game. 2. For the game PCB, unplug the two edge connectors. Remove the screw and spacer that secure the PCB to the cabinet. Carefully slide the PCB straight out of its slots. Be careful not to twist the board, as this may loosen connections or components. Replace or repair as required. 3. For the Regulator Audio II PCB, disconnect the five small harness connectors on this board. 4. Remove the screw and spacer that secure the...

Comments on Troubleshooting

When troubleshooting, first determine the symp-tom(s) of the failure. After determining the symptom, look over the wiring diagram and determine what assemblies could cause the failure. Could it be caused by the power supply, Regulator Audio II PCB, or the video display The next step is to check all harness wires and connectors to the suspected failing assembly. If you find no harness or connector problem, substitute an assembly known to be good for the suspected failing assembly. If the game...

Fluorescent Tube and Speaker

Before removing or repairing the fluorescent tube or speaker, unplug the game. If you drop a fluorescent tube and it breaks, it will implode Shattered glass can fly six feet or more from the implosion. Use care when replacing any fluorescent tube. 1. Remove the three sets of hardware that secure the upper attraction panel retainer to the cabinet. Loosen the three sets of hardware that secure the lower retainer to the cabinet. Lift the attraction panel up and out of its lower retainer. 2. Remove...

Self Test Procedure

To enter Self-Test, set the self-test switch to the on position. Press FIRE and then 1-player start. If the test passes, the screen goes blank for a few seconds and then displays the picture below. See Chapter 1, Section F, Self-Test Procedure for a complete description of this picture. Figure 2-1 Self-Test Screen 1 Test Passes This procedure does not test the coin door lockout coils and coin counter. If the lockout coils do not energize when the game is on, suspect the lockout coil wiring,...

Power Supply Assembly

Figure 3-10 Color X-Y Power Supply Assemblies A037396-XX B Figure 3-10 Color X-Y Power Supply Assemblies A037396-XX B Description (Reference Designations in Bold) A021084-01 A021084-02 A021084-04 A021084-05 Voltage Plug for 100 V (violet) Voltage Plug for 120 V (yellow) Voltage Plug for 220 V (blue) Voltage Plug for 240 V (brown) A034629-01 A034630-01 A035890-01 A035891-02 AC Harness Assembly RFI Filter Assembly (FL1) Power Harness Assembly Fuse Harness Assembly A037395-01 29-053 3A-MDA3501...