7 Explanation Of Test And Data Display

By operating the switch unit, periodically perform the tests and data check. When installing the machine initially or collecting cash, or when the machine does not function correctly, perform checking in accordance with the explanations given in this section.

The following shows tests and modes that should be utilized as applicable.

This product's basic system consists of the Chihiro game board and the GD-ROM drive. The system enables you to play several games one after the other just by changing a GD-ROM disc that is to be set on the GD-ROM drive.

The product supports, therefore, the following 2 test modes:

(1) System test mode for an automatic self-diagnostic test (generally used by every product that contains the basic system) and a coin assignment (specifically used by this product) and

(2) Game test mode for testing the input/output control devices and setting the difficulty level (specifically used by this product).

TABLE 9 EXPLANATION OF TEST MODE

ITEMS

DESCRIPTION

INSTALLATION OF MACHINE

When the machine is installed, perform the following:

1. Check to ensure each is the standard setting at shipment.

2. Check each Input equipment in the INPUT TEST mode.

3. Check each Output equipment in the OUTPUT TEST mode.

4. Test on-IC-Board IC's in the self-test mode.

MEMORY TEST

This test is automatically executed by selecting RAM TEST, or ROM BOARD TEST in the Menu mode.

PERIODIC SERVICING

Periodically perform the following:

1. MEMORY TEST

2. Ascertain each setting.

3. To test each Input equipment in the INPUT TEST mode.

4. To test each Output equipment in the OUTPUT TEST mode.

CONTROL SYSTEM

1. To check each Input equipment in the INPUT TEST mode.

2. Adjust or replace each Input equipment.

3. If the problem still remains unsolved, check each equipment's mechanism movements.

MONITOR

In the Monitor Adjustment mode, check to see if Monitor (Projector) adjustments are appropriate.

2. In the SOUND TEST mode, check the sound related ROMs.

DATA CHECK

Check such data as game play time and histogram to adjust the difficulty level, etc.

7-1 SWITCH UNIT AND COIN METER

Never touch places other than those specified. Touching places not specified can cause electric shock and short circuit accidents.

WARNING IMPORTANT

• Adjust the sound to the optimum volume, taking into consideration the environmental requirements of the installation location.

• Removing the Coin Meter circuitry renders the game inoperable.

SWITCH UNIT

Open the coin chute door, and the switch unit shown will appear.

The functioning of each SW is as follows:

A B C D

A SPEAKER VOLUME SWITCH: Adjusts sound volume for all of the machines' Speakers.

(VOLUME)

B TEST BUTTON:

C SERVICE BUTTON:

(SERVICE)

For the handling of the test button, refer to the following pages. Gives credits without registering on the coin meter.

D DEMAGNETIZER BUTTON: Eliminates the on-screen color unevenness due to magnetization of CRT. (DEMAG) First use this SW before performing the monitor's color adjustment.

COIN METER

Open the Cashbox Door by using the key to have the Coin Meter appear underneath the Cashbox.

FIG. 9. 1 b

7-2 SYSTEM TEST MODE

• Any settings that are changed by users during TEST MODE are saved upon exiting TEST MODE with the EXIT command in the SYSTEM MENU. If the unit is powered off prior to exiting, changes to settings will not take effect.

• You may not enter GAME TEST MODE while the unit is reading from or checking the GD-ROM. If error messages are displayed when exiting TEST MODE, you should power the unit off and on again.

• In the manual for this product, "Media Board" and "DIMM" are one and the same.

• Use with the specified settings. If settings other than those specified are used, inappropriate operations or malfunction may occur.

A. SYSTEM TEST MENU MODE

System Test Mode can be used to check that the main circuit operations are correct, adjust

Monitor color, and perform coin/credit settings.

However, this product can only be used with the settings shown below.

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