Midway Mfg Co

10750 WEST GRAND AVENUE #f FRANKLIN PARK, ILLINOIS 60131

, ; RHONE: 1312} 451-1360 CABLE ADDRESS: MlDCO TELEX NO.: 72-1596

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GENERAL INSTRUCTIONS FOR RALLY-X UPRIGHT

INSTALLATION

1. Remove shipping cleats located on bottom of cabinet.

2. Install four (4) provided leg levelers to bottom of cabinet and level cabinet.

3. The power is controlled by a switch located on top of the cabinet. Additional taps have been provided on the transformer to compensate for fluctuating line voltage.

4. Upright only - To remove protective paper coating from decal - each side of cabinet, soak paper with water to soften and carefully start "peel back" of paper with fingernail. Peel paper parallel to cabinet side. "DO NOT PULL OUT".

LINE VOLTAGE SAFETY SWITCH

A line voltage safety switch has been provided for your protection. It is located on the right rear side of the cabinet in the back door area. When the back door is removed, it opens the circuit to the line voltage. To restore power (when servicing), pull switch fully out.

VOLUME CONTROL

The volume control pot is located on the Game Logic Board (P.C. A082-91385-C000). This pot controls the volume of all sounds and may be varied as desired by rotating pot control.

ADJUSTMENT SWITCHES

Located on Game Logic Board (P.C. A082-91385-C000) and may be adjusted as indicated on separate instruction card in back box area.

TO REMOVE CONTROL PANEL AND MONITOR DISPLAY GLASS

1. Open coin door.

2. Release two (2) clamps located below Control Panel on each side of cabinet.

3. Disconnect control panel jack.

4. Remove control panel.

5. Remove monitor display glass.

CREDIT PUSH BUTTON SWITCH

Located in cash box area and is readily accessible by opening coin door. This switch is provided as a test aid and awards one credit without advancing coin meter.

WARNING: This equipment Generates, Uses and can Radiate Radio Frequency Energy and if not installed and used in accordance with the Instruction Manual, may cause interference to Radio Communications. As temporarily permitted by Regulation it has not been tested for compliance to Subpart J or Part 15 of FCC Rules, which are designed to provide reasonable protection against such interference. Operation of this equipment in a Residential Area is likely to cause interference in which case the user at his own expense will be required to take whatever measures may be required to correct the interference.

GAME LOGIC BRD. I(F) P.C. A082-9I385-C000

ADJUSTMENT^ SWITCHES

VOLUME ^jT) CONTROL^^

GENERAL INSTRUCTIONS FOR RALLY-X MINI

INSTALLATION

1. Remove shipping cleats located on bottom of cabinet.

2. Install four (4) provided leg levelers to bottom of cabinet and level cabinet.

3. The power is controlled by a switch located on the back of the cabinet. Additional taps have been provided on the transformer to compensate for fluctuating line voltage.

LINE VOLTAGE SAFETY SWITCH

A line voltage safety switch has been provided for your protection. It is located on the right rear side of the cabinet in the back door area. When the back door is removed, it opens the circuit to the line voltage. To restore power (when servicing), pull switch fully out.

VOLUME CONTROL

The volume control pot is located on the Game Logic Board (P.C. A082-91385-C000). This pot controls the volume of all sounds and may be varied as desired by rotating pot control.

ADJUSTMENT SWITCHES

Located on Game Logic Board (P.C. A082-91385-C000) and may be adjusted as indicated on separate instruction card in back box area.

TO REMOVE CONTROL PANEL AND MONITOR DISPLAY GLASS

1. Open coin door.

2. Release two (2) clamps located below Control Panel on each side of cabinet.

3. Disconnect control panel jack.

4. Remove control panel.

5. Remove monitor display glass.

TEST SLIDE AND CREDIT PUSH BUTTON SWITCH

Located to right of cash box and is readily accessible by opening coin door. When placed in "ON" position, this switch indicates test mode. The credit push button switch is provided as a test aid and awards one credit without advancing coin meter.

GAME LOGIC BRD. I(F) P.C. A082-9I385-C000

ADJUSTMENT^ SWITCHES

VOLUME -jT) CONTROL^^

GENERAL INSTRUCTIONS FOR RALLY-X COCKTAIL TABLE

INSTALLATION

1. Remove shipping cleats located on bottom of cabinet.

2. Install four (4) provided leg levelers to bottom of cabinet and level cabinet.

3. The power is controlled by a switch located on the bottom of the cabinet. Additional taps have been provided on the transformer to compensate for fluctuating line voltage.

LINE VOLTAGE SAFETY SWITCH

A line voltage safety switch has been provided for your protection. It is located in the cabinet on the left side of the coin door. When the coin door is opened the circuit to the line voltage is interrupted. To restore power (when servicing), pull switch fully out.

VOLUME CONTROL

The volume control pot is located on the Game Logic Board (P.C. A082-91385-C000). The pot controls the volume of all sounds and may be varied as desired by rotating pot control.

ADJUSTMENT SWITCHES

Located on Game Logic Board (P.C. A082-91385-C000) and may be adjusted as indicated on separate instruction card in back box area.

GAME LOGIC BRD. I(F) P.C. A082-9I385-C000

ADJUSTMENT.^ SWITCHES

VOLUME CONTROL^

TEST SLIDE AND CREDIT PUSH BUTTON SWITCH

Located to the right of cash box and is readily accesssible by opening coin door. When placed in "ON" position, this switch indicates test mode. The credit push button switch is provided as a test aid and awards one credit without advancing coin meter.

TO SERVICE MONITOR, GAME BOARD AND TRANSFORMER ASSY.

1. Open coin box door and release two (2) clamps indicated on sketch below.

2. Grasp monitor mounting panel at "A" and open as indicated in sketch below. Caution: Due to the weight of the monitor extreme care must be exercised when opening cabinet for service.

ELECTRICAL BULLETIN:

FOR ALL APPARATUS COVERED BY THE CANADIAN STANDARDS ASSOCIATION (CSA) STANDARD C22.2 NO. 1, WHICH EMPLOYS A SUPPLY CORD TERMINATED WITH A POLARIZED 2-PRONG ATTACHMENT PLUG.

CAUTION:

TO PREVENT ELECTRIC SHOCK DO NOT USE THIS (POLARIZED) PLUG WITH AN EXTENSION CORD, RECEPTACLE OR OTHER OUTLET UNLESS THE BLADES CAN BE FULLY INSERTED TO PREVENT BLADE EXPOSURE.

ATTENTION:

POUR PREVENIR LES CHOCS ELECTRIQUES NE PAS UTILISER CETTE FICHE POLARISEE AVEC UN PROLONGATEUR. UNE PRISE DE COURANT OU UNE AUTRE SORTIE DE COURANT, SAUF SI LES LAMES PEUVENT ETRE INSEREES A FOND SANS EN LAISSER AUCUNE PARTIE A DECOUVERT.

CAUTIONARY NOTES IN SETTING UP PROCEDURE

Care in Setting Up

1. Place machine a sufficient distance from the wall and on a strong, level surface.

2. Do not place in dusty or damp locations or where the sun's rays will beat directly on the machine. Also, in order to avoid the interior of the machine's overheating, do not place near heaters.

3. Do not place in front of emergency or fire exits or in front of locations where fire fighting equipment or extinguishers are stored.

4. Make sure the ground wire on machine is connected to the ground.

5. Check to see whether all of the connectors on the PC boards, etc. are connected.

6. Check if the electric power switch is turned "ON", and game is plugged in.

Caution after Setting Up

Be very careful when inspecting and checking the machine because there are places in the monitor with high electrical voltage.

Control circuits are all composed of IC's for long life, but on the other hand according to the way it is set up, these can be instantly destroyed; therefore, take special care with the following points:

1. Make sure the electric power is shut off when replacing parts or when removing connectors, etc.

2. PC board repairs are to be done by the seller — do not handle in any case. Above all else, never conduct test with the tester, etc. The voltage in the tester can ruin the IC's.

3. When connecting the connectors, be careful not to reverse the direction of the connectors. When shipping PC boards use plastic airmats or other such protective material.

When pulling the electric power source, always hold the plug — never pull the cord.

Self-Test

The self-test is the same as the inspection of an automobile. If possible, it is best to do this each day. Rally-X has Self-Test capabilities and using the Test Switch most parts can be tested.

1. Automatic Self-Test

When the power in Rally-X is turned on the Self-Test automatically begins. If there is no problem in the PC boards it will change automatically into the "Attract Mode", when there is a problem the Self-Test is repeated and the words "BAD RAM" or "BAD ROM" will appear on the screen. Even if the problem cannot be located, do not go on to other test switches or volume test, but carry out the Self-Test using the Test-Switch.

Note: When the problem has been located using the results of the Self-Test, contact the place of purchase of the machine.

2. Self-Test Using the Test Switch

The slide switch on the opposite side when the selector switch is opened is the Test Switch. Turn the Test Switch "ON". The Self-Test will start (Normally this switch is OFF). The figures and words of the Test Mode will appear on the screen in 10 seconds.

RALLY-X TEST MODE

Game is in test mode for a moment immediately after power is turned on or when test switch is on. When test switch is returned to "OFF" the game goes into attract mode.

1. ROM TEST

The ROM data are checked 4K bytes at a time, and then checked together over all. If there are irregularities, the screen will display, for example, "ROM 1" or the like, identifying the bad ROM by number. The test series will not proceed to the RAM test. When there are no irregularties, "ROM OK" will be displayed and the RAM test will then be performed. The character ROM is not checked.

The position of the ROMs on the PCB as given by the ROM test message

Test Message

Position of ROM and PCB

ROM 1

1B or 1C

1B

1 D

ROM 2

1D or 1E

1D

ROM 3

1H or 1J

1 H

1K

ROM 4

1K or 1L

1 K

MB8516 (EPROM)

UPD2332 TMM333

Each of the 12 ICCs numbered 2114 are checked and when any irregularity is found a message (e.g. RAM 1L) is displayed and the test series stops. If there are no irregularities tests of game sounds and switches can begin.

The RAM test is performed only on ICCs numbered 2114

Position of RAMs on PCB as given by test message

Test Message

Position of RAM on PCB

RAM 1L

6C

RAM 1H

6A

RAM 2L

6D

RAM 2H

6B

RAM 3L

6K

RAM 3H

6J

RAM 4L

6L

RAM 4H

6H

RAM 5L

6M

RAM 5H

6F

RAM 6L

6N

RAM 6H

6E

3. SWITCH & SOUND TEST

The following sounds are made when switches are depressed:

SWITCH

SOUND

Coin sw 1, 2

sound made when coin is deposited

service sw

service sound

1 player start

start music

2 players start

music played before challenging stage

plyr 1 cntrl sw up

fuel warning

plyr 1 cntrl sw down

sound made when fuel added to score

plyr 1 cntrl sw right

sound made when special check pt cleared

plyr 1 cntrl sw left

sound made when check pt cleared

plyr 1 cntrl sw smoke scrn

sound made when bonus car received

*plyr 2 cntrl sw up

sound made when one full pattern is cleared

* plyr 2 cntrl sw down

BGM

*plyr 2cntrl sw right

crash noise

*plyr 2 cntrl sw left

high score noise

*plyr 2 cntrl sw smoke scrn

sound of car running

* Applies only to table model

* Applies only to table model

If player one and player two's smoke screen buttons are depressed at the same time, the display flip-flops and the smoke screen sound is made.

If the test switch is pressed to off and back to on within one second while the smoke screen buttons are depressed, a cross-hatch pattern will appear. In the table model one edge and in the upright model two edges of the pattern will not appear.

SWITCH ADJUSTMENTS

METHOD OF PLAY (RALLY-X)

SW. #1

SW. #2

OFF

OFF

1 COIN, 1 CREDIT

OFF

ON

1 COIN, 2CREDIT

ON

OFF

2 COINS, 1 CREDIT

ON

ON

FREE PLAY

DIFFICULTY & NUMBER OF CARS PER CREDIT

SW. #3

SW. #4

SW. #5

ON

ON

ON LOW DIFF, 2 CARS

ON

ON

OFF LOW DIFF, 3 CARS

ON

OFF

ON MID DIFF, 1 CARS

ON

OFF

OFF MID DIFF, 2 CARS

OFF

ON

ON MID DIFF, 3 CARS

OFF

ON

OFF HIGH DIFF, 1 CARS

OFF

OFF

ON HIGH DIFF, 2 CARS

OFF

OFF

OFF HIGH DIFF, 3 CARS

BONUS CARS

SW. #6

SW. #7

ON

OFF

1 CAR GAME 10,000 PTS.

2 CAR GAME 15,000 PTS.

3 CAR GAME 20,000 PTS.

OFF

ON

1 CAR GAME 20,000 PTS.

2 CAR GAME 30,000 PTS.

3 CAR GAME 40,000 PTS.

OFF

OFF

1 CAR GAME 30,000 PTS.

2 CAR GAME 40,000 PTS.

3 CAR GAME 60,000 PTS.

OFF PLAY MODE ON LOCKS PICTURE

OFF PLAY MODE ON LOCKS PICTURE

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PLAYING INSTRUCTIONS

• By moving the control level, "My Car" (blue) can be moved up, down, right and left.

• Avoiding barriers, use a smoke screen on the pursuing red cars.

• With the help of the radar screen touch the check points, clear and continue on. There are 10 check points per round, one of which is the Special Check Point.

• Check Point points

When cleared Points

• When an accident occurs (hitting a barrier or red car) you must start over from the first 100 points.

• When the Special Check Point is cleared, the points accumulated up to that time are doubled (the screen shows X2). Of course when an accident occurs, this score is wiped

• Fuel "My Car" starts off with a full tank (60 L.). When all check points are cleared, an additional 100 pts. is awarded for each 1 liter of fuel remaining. And, when a smoke screen is produced, the fuel decreases by 3 liters. When the fuel remaining reaches the 10 L. level, the fuel indicator turns red and a warning is sounded. When the gas is all used, the car's speed will gradually decrease and come to a stop.

• Challenging Stage - Rounds 3, 7, 11,15 are "Challenging", here 8 red cars appear but cannot run until the fuel in "My Car" is used up. Because "My Car" runs at full speed, it's fuel is soon gone. Clear all check points before the blocking red cars can move. When this stage ends, starting with the next round the scene changes to city streets.

1st 2nd 3rd 4th 5th 6th 7th 8th 9th 10th

100 200 300 400 500 600 700 800 900 1000

out.

Midway Mfg Doors

NO. 935-

- RALLY-X UPRIGHT - PHOTOGRAPH

ORDER

BY PART NUMBER ONLY

ITEM

PART NO

DESCRIPTION

1

0935-00902-0000

DECORATIVE PLEXI - UPPER 23" x 9-1/16" x 3/16"

2

0866-00103-00X F

PLEXI RETAINING BRKT. (2 REQ'D.)

0017-00101-0066

#10x 5/8 PHIL. HD. SCR. (6 REQ'D.)

3

0935-00901-00X F

MAIN DISPLAY GLASS-TEMPERED

23" x 21-1/8" x 3/16"

4

0935-00905-0000

DECAL- SIDE OF CABINET (2 REQ'D)

5

0017-00003-0339

19" DUAL SYNC COLOR MONITOR - ELECTROHOME

6

A866-00064-0000

T.V. BEZEL & PLEXI ASSY.

7

0935-00900-0000

CONTROLSHELFOVERLAY

8

0935-00100-00X F

CONTROL PLATE

0017-00101-0118

.#8-32 x 1-1/8 CARRIAGE BOLT (6 REQ'D.)

0017-00104-0022

#8 WASHER (6 REQ'D.)

0017-00103-0061

#8-32 HEX NUT W/SEMS (6 REQ'D.)

0017-00101-0065

#6 x 1/2 PHIL. TRS. HD. SCR. (2 REQ'D.)

9

A855-00016-0000

PUSH BUTTON ASSY. (2 REQ'D.)

10

A932-00008-0000

CONTROLASSY.

11

0017-00032-0051

SMALL RED SWITCH BUTTON

W/HARDWARE (2 REQ'D.)

12

0017-00003-0187

6" x 9" SPEAKER, 8 OHM, 9W.

0017-00009-0393

BLACK SPEAKER GRILL W/4,1-1/2" SCREWS

13

0151-00055 0100

DOUBLE ENTRY COIN DOOR ASSY.

14

0090-00002-02 BK

COIN DOOR FRAME

0017-00101-0121

#6-32 x 5/16 PHIL. TRS. HD. SCR. (3 REQ'D.)

(MOUNTS COIN DOOR TO FRAME)

15

0017-00102-0048

3/8-16x 2" LEG LEVELERS (4 REQ'D.)

0017-00103-0026

3/8-16 LEG LEVELER HEX NUTS (4 REQ'D.)

NOT SHOWN LIST

A866-00068-0000

DISPLAY LAMP BRKT. ASSY. (BEHIND ITEM #1)

0017-00003-0135

LAMP SOCKET (2 REQ'D.)

0017-00003-0309

LAMP 12V., 25W. (2 REQ'D.)

0017-00101-0626

#8-32 x 3/4 SLT. PAN HD. M.S. (4 REQ'D.)

0017-00103-0061

#8-32 HEX NUT W/SEMS (4 REQ'D.)

0017-00101-0025

#8x1/2 SLT. HEX HD. BLK. WD.SCR. (4 REQ'D.)

0017-00009-0033

BASSICK CLAMP (2 REQ'D.)

0603-00131-0000

STRIKE (2 REQ'D.)

0017-00101-0028

#8x3/4 SLT. HEX. HD SCR.

(4 REQ'D. CLAMP, 4 REQ'D. STRIKE)

0935-00906-0100

KICK PLATE (BASE OF CABINET)

0935-00907-0000

DECAL - (CABINET FRONT)

Midway Cabinet Back

MIDWAY MFG.

A Q A I IVrnilDAHV

DAr>C HO

MIDWAY MFG.

A Q A I IVrnilDAHV

NO. 935 - RALLY-X UPRIGHT - INTERIOR ACCESS PICTURE

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