Return Merchandise Authorization

• All returned merchandise must have a Return Merchandise Authorization (RAM) number marked clearly on the outside of the package.

• You must obtain all RAM numbers from your authorized Incredible Technologies, Inc. distributor. Please have your Incredible Technologies, Inc. serial number available when calling for an RMA number.

• Merchandise returned without an RMA number will not be accepted.

• Advance replacement boards will be shipped to distributors or, at the distributor's request, will be shipped directly to the operator.

• Advance replacement boards will be billed to the distributor until Incredible Technologies, Inc. receives the returned board, at which time a credit will be issued.

• All repairs and/or replacements will be shipped within 24 hours of receipt or request (subject to availability).

This equipment complies with the limits for a Class A digital device pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference when the equipment is operated in a commercial environment. This equipment uses and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the instruction manual, may cause harmful interference to radio communications. Operation of this equipment in a residential area is likely to cause harmful interference in which case the user will be required to correct the interference at his own expense.

02/97

1 getting started 2

SAME PACKAGE CONTENTS 2

RECOMMENDED TOOLS AND SUPPLIES 2

2 INSTALLATION PREPARATION 2

THE CABINET 2

Power Requirements 2

Monitor Requirements 3

Cabinet Selection 3

Preparing a used cabinet for golden tee '97 3

THE CONTROL PANEL 3

Trackball Preparation — 4

Button Preparation 6

THE GRAPHICS OVERLAY 6

Control Panel Overlay Installation 6

Function Labels Overlay Installation 6

Marquee Installation 6

WIRING AND HARDWARE ASSEMBLY 7

Control Panel Assembly 7

Printed Circuit Board (PCB) 7

Wire Harness 7

Power Wires 8

Monitor Wires 8

Speaker Wires 8

SYNC 8

Coin Doors, Test Switch, Service Button, and Volume Control Panel 9

Mars Light Hookup 9

Final Check 9

3 INITIAL START-UP 10

4 DIP SWITCH SETTINGS 10

5 OPERATOR MODE 11

VOLUME SETTINGS 12

OPERATOR ADJUSTABLES 12

Game Mode Selection 13

Game Resets 13

Attract Mode Sounds 13

Credits and Coin Door Settings 14

Delay Time Adjustment 14

Skill Level Adjustment 15

Hole In One Contest Mode 15

Coin Door Protection Menu 16

GAME AUDITS 16

Display Coin Audits 16

Display Game Selection Audits 17

Number of Golfers and Holes Played 17

Pine Creek Audits 17

Cora\ Ridge Audits 17

Red Sands Audits 18

Display Hardware Audits 18

Reset Audits 18

LEADER BOARD MENU 18

Display Leader Board Menu 19

Clear Leader Board Menu 19

SYSTEM TESTS 19

Video Screen Tests 20

Full GROM Checksum Test 20

Fast GROM Checksum Test 21

Video Ram Test 21

Palette RAM Test 21

Board Tests 22

Sound Tests 22

Control Panel Test 22

Voltage Adjust Test 22

appendix a

GENERAL TROUBLESHOOTING 24

VIDEO PROBLEMS 25

SOUND PROBLEMS 26

CONTROL PROBLEMS 27

POWER-UP PROBLEMS 28

MISCELLANEOUS PROBLEMS 29

appendix b

JAMMA HARNESS CONNECTION 30

JAMMA HARNESS CONNECTION 31

TRACKBALL CABLE CONNECTION 31

appendix C

I/O and JAMMA SCHEMATIC 32

appendix d

WARRANTY INFORMATION 34

GETTING STARTED

IIIS!

(1) Printed Circuit Board (PCB) Assembly

(1) Connecting Wire Harness (JAMMA)

(1) Trackball Assembly w/Metal Plate

(1) Trackball Cable Assembly

(3) Button Assemblies

(1) Marquee Styrene

(1) Marquee Plexiglas

(1) Control Panel Overlay

(1) Set of Function Labels

(1) Manual

Phillips and Slotted Screwdrivers Socket Set

Wire Cutters and Strippers

Pliers or Channel Locks

Electric Drill with 3/32", J", and 7/16" Bits

Chassis or Sheet Metal Punch

Small File

Razor Knife and Sharp Blades

Straight Edge

Staple Sur and Staples

Soldering Iron and 60/40 Resin Core Solder

Vacuum Cleaner

Assorted Fastening Hardware

Heat Shrink Tubing (3/32", 1/8", and 3/16")

Masking Tape or 4" Wire Ties if you do youft own painting, you'll need these paint supplies:

• Air Brush or Paint Sprayer

• Paint Roller and Pan

INSTALLATION PREPARATION

BEFORE YOU START

1. Check to see if all the needed parts have been included in your kit (See GAME PACKAGE CONTENTS .)

2. Do you have the necessary tools? (See RECOMMENDED TOOLS AND SUPPLIES.)

3. Do not work with any part of the system plugged in (lights, monitor, or power supply).

Power Requirements_

Make sure the game you have chosen to convert is able to supply all the required voltages for GOLDEN TEE '97.

5 amps 2 amps warning!!!

The output level of many "regulated" switching power supplies actually vary with load. For this reason, the power supply from an old game may not be correctly adjusted for SÖLDEN TEE '97. This makes the existing power supply inappropriate and hazardous to your new game. Therefore, it is very important to adjust the +5 VDC supply WITHOUT connecting the PCB, then readjusting it later, after the PCB has been installed. Measure power on the PCB, on an I.e.. Damage will occur if the power supply is outside the acceptable limits (between 4.8 and 5.5 VDC.)

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