Selftest

Your new game will Self-Test itself to see if it has any bad parts. The information it receives while testing itself will be shown on the T.V. monitor. Some information can also be heard through the game's speaker system. See Step H. GAME OPERATION for a more detailed discription of this function.

When there is a bad result according to the Self-Test, call your distributor and/or service man to have the trouble fixed unless it is something you can do yourself (such as replace a bad RAM or ROM chip).

E. GAME ADJUSTMENT CONTROLS: See Figure 5.

The game volume control pots are located on the left hand side of the daughterboard as you face it. There are only two pots, one above the other. Foradjustment, they may be reached through the rear access door on the Upright and Mini models, and through the front access door on the Sit Down models. On the Cocktail Table model, you will need to open the table top to reach them.

As you face them, the right pot controls the right speaker sounds and the left pot controls the left speaker sounds.

To make the sounds louder, turn the wheels on the pots in this direction-—»- as you face them.

To make the sounds less loud, turn the wheels on the pots in this direction -«—as you face them.

To change the option switch settings, you DO NOT have to take the daughter board out of the game. They can be easily reached through the rear access door on the Upright and Mini models, and through the front access door on the Sit Down models. On the Cocktail Table model, you have to open the table top to reach them.

When changing any options, ALWAYS perform the Self-Test to be sure the display on the T.V. monitor indicates your new selections. (It is a good idea to actually change the option switches while the game is in the Self-Test mode so you can see the result of the change right then on the screen.) This assures you the switches have worked properly and that no switches were accidentally moved that were not meant to be. (These switches are small and this can happen.)

The option switch settings and what they will make the game do are shown in Figure 6. See Figure 5 for option switch locations.

G. PICTURE SIZE — HORIZONTAL AND VERTICAL

The picture on the monitor may be expanded or contracted in either the horizontal or vertical direction. This function is controlled by two pots on the mother board located directly behind the daughter board. They are marked "H" for horizontal and "V" for vertical. You will have to reach around behind the daughter board to make this adjustment.

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