About Notes Cautions And Warnings

In Atari publications, notes, cautions and warnings have the following meaning NOTE A highlighted piece of information. CAUTION Equipment and or parts can be damaged or destroyed if instructions are not followed. You will void the warranty on Atari printed-circuit boards, parts thereon, and video displays if equipment or parts are damaged or destroyed due to failure of following instructions. WARNING Players and or technicians can be killed or injured if instructions are not followed. Control...

The TMEK Tournament

The object of T-MEK is to prove one's superiority against all challengers, rising through Nazrac's tournament ladder until one meets the supreme T-MEK Warrior Nazrac, The Eliminator. In a T-MEK match, the player enters one of six exotic arenas with three other T-MEK warriors. Points are scored by hitting and destroying other MEKs with the blasters, plasma cannons, and specialized weapons available to the player. When a player's MEK is ravaged and explodes, the pilot automatically ejects, grabs...

TMEK Game PCB Assembly Parts List

Pr, EPROM, 128KX8, 100 ns, Pgm Lm Xxxx 13 101-0042 Pr, EPROM, 128KX8, 100 ns, Pgm Uu Xxxx 136101-0044 Integrated Circuit, Vram, 256KX4, 100 2H., 2M, 3 4H, 3 4M, 3H, 3M, 4H., 4M Integrated Circuit, Vram, 256KX4, 100 Integrated Circuit, Vram, 256KX4, 100 10M,11K,11S Socket, 20 Pin, .300, Dbl Wipe Integrated Circuit, Vram, 256KX4, 100 12S,13M,13S Socket, 20 Pin, .300, Dbl Wipe Integrated Circuit, Vram, 256KX4, 100 Integrated Circuit, Vram, 256KX4, 100 20D, 20R S Socket, 68 Pin, PGA For 68PLCC...

Part Ordering Information

THIS CHAPTER provides information you need to order parts for your game. The printed-circuit board (PCB) parts lists are arranged in alphabetical order by component. Within each section the parts are arranged numerically by part number. When you order parts, give the part number, part name, the number of this manual, and the serial number of your game. With this information, we can fill your order rapidly and correctly We hope this will create less downtime and more profit from your games....

Warning

To avoid electrical shock, do not plug in the cabinet until it has been properly inspected and set up for the line voltage in your area. This cabinet should be connected to a grounded three-wire outlet only. If you have only two-wire outlets, we recommend that you hire a licensed electrician to install grounded outlets. Players can receive an electrical shock if the cabinet is not properly grounded. Make note of the power consumption when you set up this game, so that you do not overload your...