Pull on handle while holding under tray 3. Place processor tray on a flat surface. Replace all software chips and simms with your new set of software accept for the larger base chip. Find the Base Chip on the processor board. Position feet on ground and do not move. Grounding yourself 7. Hold hands on processor metal tray. Observe the half moon nudge on the top of the Base Chip and take note of its position.
Pinch chip remover against the Base Chip lengthwise and pull straight upwards. Lay the Base Chip to the side in the same direction it was in when in the processor board. This will ensure the chip is re-installed later in the same direction. It's best to insert one side of the pins in, then rock the other side in flexing the pins if necessary. Install the processor tray into the machine and ensure the tray is flush and parallel to the metal chassis below.
Turn the power on to the machine leaving the door open. A menu will show up with 3 green bar menus and 1 red menu. Turn the jackpot key once and then press the test button on the board. Repeat this a total of three times so that the 3 green bars say "YES" on the far right and the red bar is highlighted.
Then turn the jackpot key a 4th time. Wait for the machine to reset and you will eventually see a green box that says "power down your machine and replace the base chip". Power down your machine, remove the board, and replace the Key chip with your original game chip. Make sure it is put back in the correct direction. Turn the machine. After awhile an alarm will sound via the speakers and you will see the message "RAM error". Turn your jackpot key twice at this time.
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Additional access codes may be required from international locations. North America: International: Section 2 Machine Enclosure 2. Section 3 Machine Door 3. Section 4 Optic Door-Open Sensor 4. Section 5 Lorenzo Player Panel Switches 5. Section 6 Coin-In Handling 6. Section 9 Side Eject Pinwheel Hopper 9. Section 10 Side Eject Holeywheel Hopper Section 11 Power Supply and Distribution Section 12 Logic Module Section 13 Video Monitor and Touchscreen Section 14 Sound System Section 15 Fluorescent Lighting Section 17 Slot Handle Section 18 Meters Section 19 Fan Section 20 Service Light Candle Section 21 Bell Each manual addresses a different aspect of field service and is designed to be used in conjunction with other standalone manuals related to:.
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The content of this manual includes:. See Figure to identify the machine components. Table This door is located on the lower front portion of the main door; it provides access to Belly Door the bill acceptor cash box without opening the machine door. Bill Acceptor The bill acceptor validates and accepts a variety of dollar denominations. Bill Acceptor Cash A container that is part of the bill acceptor assembly, and is the location where bills Box are stacked and stored.
Cabinet The exterior "shell" that surrounds the metal machine enclosure. Coin Drop Container A container inside the machine stand where coins can be routed for collection. This assembly receives, verifies, counts and routes valid coins to the hopper or drop Coin-In box. Invalid coins are routed to the coin tray. The drop box is the area inside the stand containing the coin-drop container. The Drop Box drop box door fastens with a keyed lock and is equipped with an optional door-open sensor.
Drop Door Sensor This sensor monitors the number of times the drop door is opened. The hopper allows coins to be channelled to the coin tray when a player earns Hopper maximum coins or cashes out. The machine door contains the coin chute, coin tray, coin-in assembly, player panel Machine Door switches, display glass, lower fluorescent panel, speaker, optic door sensor and door lock assembly.
The operator switch is located on the machine processor board, and allows an Operator Switch attendant to clear system errors and enter the Operator Menu. This assembly senses when the machine door is open and causes a screen display Optic Door Sensor message. Player Panel These switches communicate player decisions to the processor board. Some player Switches panel switches also have functions in diagnostic and accounting options. Summary of Functional Assemblies Assembly Description Power Distribution The power distribution module provides power to some machine components, and Module contains a fuse or circuit breaker, connector panel and service outlets.
This assembly is one of two covered assemblies that provide power to machine Power Supply components; the other assembly is the power distribution module. The reset key switch allows a technician to reset a top award win and various Reset Key Switch malfunctions. It also provides access to the attendant menu to view accounting menus and perform limited diagnostics. This switch activates when the machine door is opened and illuminates the service Service Lamp Switch lamp.
Service Light This optional component indicates various modes, game conditions and change Candle requests. Produces both an original and an audit copy of game events such as tilts, door Ticket Printer access, cash out, etc. The enclosed area at the top of the machine that typically contains speakers, Top Box fluorescent light, display glass, fan, candle, and various other optional assemblies. The video monitor displays game play, accounting, diagnostic and service Video Monitor information.
Figure Components not described in this section are covered under the individual component name in separate sections of this manual. Procedures for functional verification, cleaning, and maintenance are included within that component section, when applicable.
Refer to the Machine Specifications manual for lock specifications. An optic door-open sensor is attached to the locking bar. Refer to Section 4 for information about the optic door-open sensor. See Figure and use the following information to remove or install the locking bar assembly. Disconnect the door-open optic harness located behind the door- open and service lamp switch see Figure Remove the bill acceptor and the bill acceptor enclosure refer to Section 2.
Hold the locking bar in place and remove the nuts that attach the locking bar to the machine enclosure. Installation 1. Position the bottom of the locking bar first and then rotate into place. Align the locking bar in place so that the latch post protrudes through the slot in the door and the mounting-post slots are over the threaded mounting posts. Note: Be sure the door-optics harness is not trapped under the locking bar. Hold the locking bar in place and thread a nut on each of the mounting posts.
Tighten the nuts securely. Replace the bill acceptor and bill acceptor enclosure refer to Section 2. AC line voltage is present at all times even when the switch is in the Off position. The assembly comes apart in two pieces — the switch cover and bracket with switch. Set the switch cover aside and remove the wiring and strain relief from the inner portion of the bracket and switch.
Compress the retaining tabs on the sides of the switch and remove it from the bracket. Insert a new switch into the hole in the bracket until the retaining tabs lock into place. Connect the wiring to the switch and slide the strain relief into place. Align the tab on the bracket with the slot on the switch cover and and snap the two components together.
Refer to the following procedure to remove or install either switch. Squeeze the tabs at the top and bottom of the switch together to remove the switch from the bracket. Insert the switch into the rectangular opening and push in until it snaps into place. Align the tab at the bottom of the switch cover with the slot on the switch bracket.
Ensure that the holes for the screw are correctly aligned. Note: Be sure to replace the service lamp in the position shown in figure below. If the lamp is not returned to this position it may interfere with other components. Refer to Sections 7 and 8, for information on the bill acceptors used in this machine.
Remove the retaining nuts from the hinge and remove the door from the enclosure. Align the mounting studs in the cash box door with the holes in the hinge. Install the nuts that attach the door to the hinge and tighten securely. Note: It is not necessary to remove the cash box door to perform this procedure.
Hold the microswitch in place and remove the two nuts that attach the microswitch to the cash box door lock. Align the holes in the microswitch housing to the mounting studs under the cash box door lock. Ensure that the roller points toward the cash box door. Turn the power on and check for error messages. Refer to the Troubleshooting: Game Machines manual to resolve error message conditions.
Reach behind the bill acceptor enclosure and remove the cash box switch:. Pull the wiring free of the spade connectors on the cash box switch. Squeeze the tabs on the top and bottom of the switch to release it from the enclosure and push it toward the front of the machine. From the front of the bill acceptor enclosure, insert the switch through the rectangular hole and press until the tabs lock into place. Reach behind the bill acceptor enclosure and attach the wiring to the spade connectors on the cash box switch.
To open the machine door: Turn the key in the door lock assembly. Lift up the door latch and pull the door open. Caution: For safety reasons it may be necessary that two persons perform the following removal and installation procedures. Remove the ground strap by removing the nuts that secure it to the hinge. Hold the door open and remove the screw that fastens the restraining cable to the monitor shelf.
Hold the door firmly in place about 90 degrees to the machine enclosure and remove the nuts that fasten the door hinge to the the left wall of the machine enclosure. Extend the door hinge perpendicular 90 degrees to the enclosure and set the door hinge on the studs at the left wall of the machine enclosure. Note: Some doors, even if installed correctly, need to be lifted slightly and pushed shut in order to be completely closed. This is caused by the extra weight of doors configured to support a large number of machine components.
Close the door and check for proper alignment of the door with the right side of the machine enclosure. If the door does not open and close smoothly, loosen the nuts and readjust the door height and vertical position.
Repeat as necessary. Hold the door open from the machine enclosure about 60 degrees and fasten the restraining cable to the monitor shelf with a screw. Connect all harnesses that were disconnected during door removal. To perform periodic maintenance, or to remove or install the tray, see Figure and proceed as follows.
Because of the possibility of spilled drinks or debris collecting in the tray, regular inspection and cleaning are necessary. Remove the screws that attach the coin tray to the inside of the door and remove the coin tray. Place the coin tray assembly on the bottom of the door so that the holes in the coin tray panel align with the holes in the door. Securely tighten the screws that attach the coin tray to the inside of the door. See Figure and use the information that follows to remove and install the belly door.
While holding the belly door securely with one hand, remove the nuts that secure the restraining cables on the mounting studs on each side of the machine door. While holding the belly door securely with one hand, remove the six nuts that secure the belly door hinges to the machine door and carefully lift the belly door away from the machine enclosure. Carefully align the mounting holes of the belly door hinges over the mounting studs in the machine door.
While holding the belly door securely in place with one hand, secure the belly door in place with all of the nuts, except the nut used to secure the ground strap. While holding the belly door securely in place with one hand, secure the restraining cables to each side of the machine door with nuts. Secure the ground strap to the mounting stud on the machine door with a nut. See Figure for the location of the mounting stud.
Connect all harness connectors that were disconnected during belly door removal. See Figure and use the following information to remove or install the belly door latch assembly. Remove the coin acceptor and chassis from the door refer to Section 6.
Hold the knurled part of the plunger and remove the retaining nut inside the door. Remove the nuts and washers that attach the locking bar to the door and remove the locking bar from the machine. Assemble the lock lever and spring onto the locking bar.
Make sure the spring is correctly positioned between the tab on the locking bar and the tab on the lock lever. Set the locking bar in place on the mounting studs on the inside of the door. Attach the return spring between the stud on the machine door and the one on the locking bar.
Insert the plunger through the hole in the machine door, engaging the tab on the locking bar. Protect the knurled part of the plunger and hold with a pair of pliers to install the retaining nut. It also provides a mounting surface for additional internal components. See Figure and use the information that follows to remove and install the belly panel. Disconnect all harnesses that run from the belly panel to the machine door or enclosure.
Open the belly door and disconnect the ballast harness and ground wire. Remove the three screws that secure the belly panel to the machine door. Push down on the pin plunger located directly above the coin-in assembly to release the belly panel from the door. Align the mounting holes on the belly panel with the mounting holes on the door. Pull the pin plunger down and align the belly panel with the bottom of the coin-in handling bracket.
When the panel and bracket are aligned, release the pin plunger to secure them. Fasten the the belly panel to the machine door with the three screws. Install the belly panel stiffening brace and securely tighten the two nuts that hold it in place. The light barrier is part of an assembly that also includes the entry bezel. See Figure and refer to the following procedures to remove or install the light barrier assembly.
Remove the two screws that fasten the light barrier assembly to the entry bezel. To remove the LED board from the light barrier, pull it out from under the restraining tabs. Note: It is not usually necessary to remove the entry bezel from the door. Set the LED board in place on the light barrier and secure under the retaining tabs. Position the light barrier assembly on the mounting studs and fasten to the bill acceptor entry bezel with the two screws.
See Figure and use the following procedures to remove and replace the monitor mask. Remove the nuts that secure the lower portion of the mask to the door. Set the mask into place inside the door and install using the screws and nuts removed previously.
The Door Open message appears until the machine door is securely closed. A Closure message appears through one full game after the machine door is securely closed. Figure shows the location of the optic emitter and receiver. Inspection Confirm that all wire connections are secure and that both optics are clean. Cleaning Clean the optics with denatured alcohol or mild glass cleaner as needed.
Note: Opening and closing the machine door while in the diagnostic or accounting options exits that option. Complete the functional verification steps listed in this section to determine if the optic emitter or receiver needs to be replaced. Both the emitter and receiver optics are mounted with two screws and washers.
To remove either optic, remove the screws and washers, remove the ty-rap that secures the harness, and disconnect the harness at the connector. Verify the optic harness assembly part numbers for the emitter harness and the enclosure receiver harness.
The optic sensor mounts are interchangeable, but the emitter and receiver optics will not work interchangeably. Position the optic sensor mount on the striker bar, so the optic points toward left side of the machine door see Figure Align the holes in the striker bar with the slots in the optic sensor mount.
Position the optic sensor mount on the main enclosure locking bar mounting flange, so the openings in the optic sensor mount face the back of the machine, and the optic sensor points toward the right enclosure wall. Connect the optic harness es at the connector s and replace any ty-raps that were removed. Turn the machine power on. Confirm that the Door Open message appears on the monitor screen.
Close and lock the machine door and confirm that the Closure message appears on the displays. Play one game and confirm that the Closure message disappears when the Game Over message appears. Each player panel switch illuminates whenever its function is available, both during game play and the diagnostic mode.
The Game King Plus machine uses Lorenzo switches. Inspect the lens cap area of the switch for aesthetic quality and proper seating in the switch body. Confirm that the plunger moves freely, without binding, by repeatedly pressing down on the lens cap, both in the center and around the edges. Make certain each switch body is properly mounted in the player panel and that its retaining nut is finger-tight only.
Confirm that all wire connections are secure and that all wires are in good condition. Clean the surface of each lens cap using a cloth soaked with a mild glass or plastic cleaner. Note: Do not use cleaners or solvents that contain chemicals capable of dissolving or fogging plastic, such as Acetone. Always wear eye protection when using strong cleaning solvents or compressed air. Make sure the machine is completely turned off before performing any cleaning procedure.
Plunger 1. Clean the compression spring with alcohol, using a stiff, short- haired brush. Clean the plunger sides and tabs, the lens cap and the legend plate with warm soapy water using a stiff, short-haired brush. Switch Body Clean the outer rim and the inner areas of the switch body with warm soapy water, using a stiff, short-haired brush. Microswitch 1. Clean the microswitch terminals and actuator with alcohol using a stiff, short-haired brush.
Always direct the brush strokes away from the switch to avoid contaminating the internal switch contacts. Dry the switch using compressed air not to exceed 60 psi. Lamp and Socket Clean the internal contacts and external terminals of the socket and the lamp contacts with alcohol, using a stiff, short-haired brush. Hardware Clean the retaining nut, bezel and spacer with warm soapy water, using a stiff, short-haired brush.
However, use the following procedures occasionally to optimize switch reliability. Make certain the lamp fits securely into the lamp socket and that both sets of contacts properly engage. Carefully bend the lamp contacts slightly away from the flat part of the lamp perpendicular to help make a better connection upon inserting the lamp. Be sure that the microswitch and the lamp socket are properly attached to the switch body. Check to see that the lens cap and legend plate fit properly on the plunger and that the plunger moves freely without binding within the switch body.
Disconnect all wires from the back of the switch assembly. From the underside of the panel, unscrew and remove the nut that fastens the switch assembly to the player panel. Lift the switch assembly away from the front of the player panel. Lorenzo Switch Removal, Square Switch. See Figures and and proceed as follows. Remove the entire player panel switch assembly from the top panel to disassemble the lamp assembly.
Lamp Disassembly 1. With the machine power off, remove the wires from the switch. Remove the entire switch from the machine. Grasp the lamp socket white plastic part of the back of the switch using needle-nose pliers and pull the lamp socket out from the switch housing. Caution: Do not use pliers to remove the lamp.
The glass may shatter, with the potential to cause injury. Lamp Assembly 1. Position both leads on the mini-wedge lamp so that each lead is bent toward the flat area on opposite sides of the lamp. Align the flat area on the lamp with the slotted opening in the lamp socket and carefully insert the lamp into the socket.
Align the two plastic tabs on the lamp socket with the notches and socket opening in the switch housing and insert the lamp socket into the switch housing, until the lamp socket snaps into place. Removal 1. With the machine power off, disconnect the two wires from the back of the microswitch.
Hold the microswitch with your fingers or needle-nose pliers and tilt it back, away from the two switch retaining flanges until the two tabs on the flanges release the switch. Align the switch actuator with the white plunger located between the switch retaining flanges on the switch housing. Bend back the outer retaining flange and insert the microswitch between the outer flange and the two tabs on the two inner retaining flanges.
Adjust the microswitch until the two tabs on the retaining flanges capture the switch. Push down on the player panel switch to verify the microswitch fits correctly in the housing. The switch actuator should click both when pushed down and when released. Lorenzo Plunger Disassembly, Square Switch. Remove the player panel switch assembly refer to Section 5. Squeeze the two white plunger tabs together and push the plunger up through the cylindrical area of the switch body.
Use the eraser end of a pencil or another soft, blunt, cylindrical object to push the plunger assembly up and out of the switch body from underneath the top panel. Place the legend plate and diffuser onto the plunger and fit the lens cap over the legend plate and onto the plunger, squeezing the two together until they snap into place.
Install the compression spring between the tabs on the back of the plunger. Compress the spring against the bottom of the plunger and use needle-nose pliers to lightly squeeze the two longer opposing tabs toward each other until they capture the spring. Align the two plunger tabs with the holes in the switch housing and carefully insert the plunger tabs into the cylindrical area of the switch housing. Push the plunger completely into the switch housing until the plunger tabs protrude from the back of the housing.
Verify that the compression spring is not crooked. Press and release the plunger several times to confirm that the plunger moves freely within the switch housing. If the plunger sticks or does not return, repeat the disassembly and assembly steps or replace the switch assembly. If the entire switch was removed from the player control panel, proceed as follows. Insert the switch assembly through the appropriate hole in the player control panel.
Be sure the legend plate is oriented correctly. Hold the switch assembly in place and fasten the switch to the player panel with the plastic spacer and retaining nut. Tighten the retaining nut finger-tight only. Confirm that all switch components are installed properly, including the microswitch and lamp housing.
Confirm that the switch moves freely after installation. If the plunger sticks or has limited movement, the retaining nut may be too tight. Connect the wires to the microswitch and lamp socket. Refer to the appropriate electronic diagrams and parts manual for correct pinouts and wire colors. The coin-in assembly discussed in this section uses a coin comparitor for single-denomination applications to check coin validity and reroute rejected coins to the coin tray.
In multiple-denomination applications one of several multiple-denomination coin acceptors is used. The components differ from the large coin see Figure in the following areas:. Multiple-denomination arrangements see Figure are similar to the single-denomination small coin configuration, except for the coin acceptor model.
For light cleaning: remove dust with compressed air not to exceed 60 psi. For thorough cleaning, use the appropriate following procedure. Caution: Always wear eye protection when working with pressurized air or cleaning solvents. Check the rake on the back of the coin comparitor for smooth operation. Check the damper lever counterweight for free movement. If the lever sticks, the machine will not accept coins. Cleaning 1. Remove the coin comparitor from the coin-in assembly see Figure Clean the outside of the comparitor using a stiff short-haired brush and isopropyl alcohol.
Clean the damper lever using spray-on contact cleaner, or a pipe cleaner and isopropyl alcohol. Check the reject lever on the back of the coin acceptor for smooth operation. See Figure and pull the sensor housing open and clean the coin path using a soft damp cloth and, if necessary, a mild detergent. Note: The two circuit boards that make up the coin encoder are connected by a delicate ribbon cable. Take care to avoid bending the cable more than necessary.
Inspection 1. Inspect the optics on both encoder boards for clean surfaces. Inspect the encoder housing and the plastic denomination insert. Check for clean surfaces, making sure that the optic windows are free from dirt or other foreign material. Clean the surface of the optics on both encoder boards, the encoder housing and the denomination insert, using a soft cloth or cotton swab and isopropyl alcohol.
Inspection See Figure and check the diverter solenoid plunger, diverter cam and plate for smooth operation. Clean the diverter plate using a cotton swab soaked in isopropyl alcohol. Clean the diverter cam and the plunger pin using a stiff short- haired brush. However, finer adjustment of the coin comparitor may be necessary to detect certain high-quality slugs and ensure acceptance of valid coins see Figure Note: Multiple-denomination acceptors have no field adjustment capability.
Adjust the fine-tuning potentiometer in the lower, right corner of the comparitor clockwise as far as possible, using a plastic pontentiometer adjusting tool. The coin comparitor uses a sample coin, placed within a magnetic field on the acceptor, to create a specific signal characteristic for comparison. The signal generated from the sample coin is important in distinguishing coins of similar material.
As an incoming coin or token passes through a separate magnetic field inside the coin comparitor, the signal generated from the incoming coin is electronically compared to the signal generated by the sample coin. If the two signals are alike, an internal lockout solenoid energizes and allows the coin to pass through the accept channel.
If the two signals are different, the lockout solenoid remains inactive and diverts the coin to the reject channel. If the data matches, an internal lockout solenoid energizes and diverts the coin to the accept channel. If the data does not match, the lockout solenoid remains inactive and allows the coin to pass through the reject channel.
The internal sensing circuits trigger and send an output signal upon acceptance of a good or valid coin. The multiple-denomination coin acceptor has a six-segment DIP switch that controls which coins are enabled for acceptance. An adhesive label, attached to each coin acceptor, provides specific settings for that unit. Remove the coin comparitor by disconnecting the harness from the side of the comparitor, then pulling out on the corners to release the mounting studs from the comparitor clips.
Hold the coin chassis in place and remove the screws that secure the coin chassis to the coin chassis mounting plate and spacer. IGT does not recommend disassembly of the coin comparitor. Firmly grip the sides of the coin comparitor and pull out from the chassis to disengage the four comparitor clips.
Note: Observe the orientation of the mechanism in the assembly sample coin holder in front or in back for reinstallation. The position depends on whether the machine is set up to accept small or large coins. Verify that the position of the clips is appropriate for the coin size of the machine, and that all clips are at the same height.
Position the coin comparitor face up sample coin holder on top for small coin handling or face down sample coin holder facing the coin chassis for large coin handling. See that the four mounting tabs on the comparitor are against the four comparitor clips. Press in firmly on each corner to engage the clips. See Figure and proceed as follows to remove or install the coin chute.
Remove the screw that attaches the coin chute to the belly panel and remove the coin chute. Insert the flange of the coin chute into the belly panel, and align the hole in the coin chute with the hole in the belly panel. Securely tighten the screw that attaches the coin chute to the belly panel. See Figures , and , and proceed as follows to remove or install the coin reject chute.
Remove the two screws that attach the reject chute to the chassis and remove the reject chute. Position the coin reject chute on the coin chassis so that the two holes in the chute flange align with the mounting holes in the chassis. Securely tighten the two screws that attach the reject chute to the chassis.
See Figure and proceed as follows. Disassembly 1. Disconnect the harness from the front optic coin-encoder board. Remove the screws that fasten the encoder housing and encoder board to the comparitor channel, and remove these components.
Remove the screws that fasten the front optic encoder board and denomination insert to the encoder housing. Take care to avoid bending the cable any more than necessary. Observe which holes the encoder housing is attached through so that it can be reinstalled in the same position. Assembly 1. Place the denomination insert on the encoder housing, channel side down, and fit the plastic tab of the insert into the lower slot in the encoder housing.
Insert the tab on the front optic-encoder board into the upper slot in the encoder housing and align the two mounting holes with those of the denomination insert and the encoder housing. Fasten the front encoder board and the denomination insert to the encoder housing with screws and tighten securely. Position the encoder housing on top of the rear encoder board so that the slotted side is on the right. Align the mounting holes on the rear encoder board the one with fewer components with those on the coin chassis.
Note that the. Fasten the rear encoder board and the encoder housing to the comparitor channel with screws and tighten securely. Replace the optic coin encoder assembly cover and connect the harness to the front optic coin encoder board. Remove the screws that hold the coin reject chute to the chassis assembly. Remove the screws that fasten the diverter solenoid to the coin channel bracket.
Pull the diverter solenoid away from the coin channel bracket and remove the solenoid plunger from the cam pivot pin. Note: Be careful not to lose the compression spring on the plunger. Remove the screw that secures the diverter cam and cam standoff to the coin channel bracket.
Remove the diverter cam and cam standoff or spring from the coin channel bracket. If one or more washers are present, remove them. Remove the cam standoff or spring from the cam. Place the coin handling assembly on a flat surface with the diverter toward the bottom and facing up. Note: For easy removal, insert a flat-blade screwdriver between the diverter and the coin channel bracket. Carefully twist the screwdriver until the pivot post clears the retaining hole in the bracket and lift the diverter up.
Be careful not to permanently deform the diverter or the bracket during removal. Place the coin handling assembly face up on a flat surface with the coin comparitor area toward the top. Locate the right diverter pivot post below the pivot point for the cam and insert it into the lower right hole in the comparitor channel.
Carefully spread the outer metal flange and push the left end of the diverter inward, inserting the left pivot post into the left hole in the channel. Insert the cam standoff into the sleeve at the top of the diverter cam, from the back flat side. Position the diverter so that its pivot arm is close to the cam mounting hole. Place the diverter cam over the cam mounting hole so that the lip on the cam standoff fits into the hole. At the same time, position the diverter so that the pivot arm on the diverter inserts through the angular slot on the cam.
Secure the cam standoff and diverter cam with a screw and a washer. Tighten securely. Position the solenoid assembly on the flange by sliding the slotted end of the solenoid plunger over the cam pivot pin, then move the solenoid up so that the three mounting holes in the solenoid bracket line up with those in the flange.
Note: Be sure the small compression spring is present on the solenoid plunger. Connect the diverter solenoid harness out through the back of the coin handling chassis and secure the harness with the harness retaining clip. Coin entry bases are available in two sizes to accommodate large or small coins, and a different coin head is used for each coin size.
Note: Multiple-denomination machines use the small coin configuration. Removal and Disassembly 1. Unlock and open the machine door and turn the power off. Locate the coin acceptor mechanism. Remove the screws that fasten the coin chassis mounting plate, spacer and coin entry assembly to the machine door. Remove the coin entry assembly from the door and place it on a flat surface.
Remove the screws and nuts that fasten the coin entry head to the coin entry base. Position the spacer and coin chassis mounting plate on the inside of the machine door so that their mounting holes line up with the holes in the door. Place the coin entry in position on the outside of the machine door and install the screws that fasten all three components to the door. See Figure and adjust the coin comparitor clips located on the sides of the coin chassis.
Install the coin comparitor. Connect the harness to the comparitor and install the sample coin. Make certain all harnesses are properly routed and secured away from all moving parts. If the coin entry assembly was removed, reinstall it refer to Section 6.
Verify that the optic coin encoder is correctly installed on the coin chassis refer to Section 6. Connect the optic coin encoder harness from the machine door to its connector on the coin-in assembly. Position the coin chassis on the inside of the door so that the two mounting holes in the chassis line up with those in the coin chassis mounting plate. Attach the chassis to the mounting plate with screws and tighten securely.
Install the coin comparitor refer to Section 6. Figure shows the location of the coin comparitor in the coin-in assembly. Be sure the sample coin is the exact denomination or token shown on the configuration work sheet and the machine glass. Remove the electronic coin comparitor from the coin chassis by gripping the sides of the comparitor and pulling it straight off the assembly, disengaging the four comparitor clips. Do not disconnect the harness from the side of the comparitor.
Turn the coin comparitor over large coin. Slide without lifting the sample coin holder toward the right side of the comparitor. Insert a coin of the correct denomination into the sample coin holder and carefully release. The coin should rest firmly within the sample coin holder and against the rail insert.
Position the coin comparitor either with the sample coin face up in the upper left corner of the coin-in assembly for small coin handling or face down in the upper right corner of the coin-in assembly for large coin handling. See that the four studs on the metal comparitor bracket rest against the four comparitor clips on the assembly. Press down firmly enough on each corner of the coin comparitor to engage the clips. Note: Press only on the corners of the comparitor.
Table lists the components and alignments affected. Refer to the appropriate mechanical parts manual for detailed illustrations and part numbers. Coin Comparitor C C C —. Comparitor Clips — M M —. Note: Denomination of game play is highly regulated in certain gaming jurisdictions.
Some jurisdictions limit the denominations that are allowed or require the presence of a gaming agent during any change procedure. Before changing a denomination, verify state and local legal requirements. Multiple-denomination machines are not normally changed in the field. When large coins are used, IGT recommends using a metal housing in place of a plastic housing. There are four areas of concern when changing machine denomination:.
For additional information, contact IGT Customer Service refer to the introductory pages of this manual. Coin Channel Removal To remove the components of the coin channel for denomination change, refer to Table and see Figures , and , and proceed as follows. Remove the coin chassis, coin chassis mounting plate, spacer and the coin entry assembly refer to Section 6. Note: The coin chassis mounting plate, spacer and coin entry assembly mount to the right for large coin as shown in Figure , and to the left for small coin as shown in Figures and Remove the screw and washer that secure the solenoid assembly to the coin chassis.
Coin Channel Replacement 1. Install the coin entry assembly, coin guide and coin chassis mounting plates refer to Section 6. Note: The coin channel mounting plate, spacer and coin entry assembly mount to the right for large coin as shown in Figure , and to the left for small coin as shown in Figures and Secure the solenoid assembly to the coin chassis with the screw and washer.
Note: The coin lockout solenoid requires a removable plastic spacer for use with small denomination acceptors. Position the coin chassis on the inside of the machine door so that the two mounting holes in the chassis line up with those in the coin chassis mounting plate. Hold the coin chassis in place and secure it to the coin chassis mounting plate with screws.
Adjust the coin comparitor clips located on the sides of the coin chassis. Figure shows the comparitor clip positions. Make certain all comparitor clips are the same height. Connect the harness to the comparitor and install the sample coin; see Figure Set the coin level probe and verify hopper functions using the information in the appropriate Hopper section of this manual.
Some glass may use only a mylar insert for displaying the denomination. Refer to the Machine Glass section of this manual for removal and replacement procedures for top box and top panel glass. Set the correct denomination. This is important for correct statistical data metering. For information on the bill entry and enclosure see the Machine Enclosure and Machine Door sections in this manual.
Maintenance is greatly simplified in the World Bill Acceptor compared to previous models. This section includes information regarding removal, disassembly, assembly, installation and maintenance of the WBA. The bill acceptor is enabled only when the game is in the coin-in mode and the machine door is closed. The bill acceptor assembly does not accept bills:. Credits are accumulated on the credit meter when a bill is accepted. The game program software determines the maximum number of credits a player may accumulate on the credit meter.
A typical bill acceptor transaction consists of the following steps: bill detection, transport, recognition, validation, storage and credit. When a bill is inserted into the sensor portion of the bill acceptor, it breaks a light sensor path. As the bill is pulled into the assembly, sensors scan the bill and transmit data to the microprocessor. Once the bill is scanned, the motor stops and the microprocessor determines if the bill matches predetermined criteria for valid currency.
If a match is not determined, the bill is rejected. If a match is determined, the bill is accepted. The bill is transported to the cash box assembly for storage and the credit meter increments in credit mode on the game display. Bill acceptor accounting data is displayed by the game machine in two ways. This section details bill acceptor maintenance and cleaning procedures.
Note: The bill acceptor enclosure includes two components, the cash box door mechanism and the cash box switch. Refer to Section 2, Machine Enclosure, for information on these components. Check for any bills visibly jammed inside the assembly. Pull up on the release lever and lift the transport cover to remove any bills trapped in this area.
Note: Check to be sure that bills are not caught between the transport assembly and cash box. Bills jammed in this area may be torn when the cash box is removed from the chassis. Remove the cash box and stacker assembly as described in Section 7.
Close the machine door, and test bill acceptor operation using the functional verification guidelines in Section 7. See Figures and and refer to the following procedure to clean the bill acceptor. Clean the bill path and drive belts using a lint-free cloth moistened with a mild, non-ammonia cleaner. Note: Do not spray cleaners directly onto the interior of the bill sensor assembly. Do not use alcohol-based cleaners with a concentration of more than 30 percent. Higher concentrations may damage plastic components.
Remove any debris from the rollers and magnetic sensors using household transparent tape, making sure that no sticky residue remains on surfaces. Clean all optic sensors with a cotton swab soaked in mild isopropyl alcohol not to exceed 30 percent concentration.
Check for free movement of the lever mechanisms in the transport assembly. BELT 2. LEVER 2. BELT 3. Typically, this configuration is set at the time of installation. Adjust the switches only if the desired denominations change. These DIP switch settings work in tandem with the game software to determine which bills are accepted or rejected. This switch should be set to OFF for normal operation. Note: DIP switch functions depend upon the software installed and are subject to change.
Information about the game's bill acceptor-related software is included in the appropriate game software, maintenance procedures or field service manual. Bill acceptor inputs and outputs can be checked using the game program's diagnostic mode, test mode or equivalent. Open the bill acceptor enclosure access door if necessary. Disconnect the harness from the bill entry, if present. Verify that the assembly snaps into place in the chassis.
Close and lock the bill acceptor access door, if present. Push down on the round bar in the recess at the front of the transport. Carefully slide the sensor assembly forward and out of the transport assembly. If the entry assembly was removed, install the entry assembly and the two screws on the front of the assembly. Note: The following procedure can also be performed with the belly panel door open, if the machine is so equipped, rather than the machine door. Unlock and open the machine door or belly door.
Firmly grip the cash box handle with one hand and push down on the cash box release lever with the other hand. Pull the cash box straight out from the chassis. Set the replacement stacker assembly on its end so its orientation matches that of the cash box. Be sure the stacker is fully compressed. Place the cash box assembly over the stacker assembly so that the stacker fits into place within the cash box.
Attach the stacker assembly to the cash box with the two screws at the end of the stacker assembly and tighten securely. Turn the machine power on and confirm that no tilt conditions exist either with the machine or the bill acceptor. The acceptor indicates an inoperable state by flashing red lights on the front of the acceptor enclosure or no lights depending on the machine and type of software installed.
Insert several bills of each denomination selected to verify acceptance, transport and storage for each denomination. Confirm that the appropriate number of credits increment on the credit meter for each bill denomination. Resolve any problems using the guidelines in this manual. This section includes information regarding removal, disassembly, assembly, installation and maintenance of the Mars bill acceptor.
The Mars differs little in operation from other bill acceptors used in IGT machines. Note: Refer to Section 2, Machine Enclosure, for information on the cash box door mechanism in the event that it requires field replacement. Open the validator to remove any bills trapped in this area.
Check inside the transport and make sure there are no bills jammed at the transition to the cash box. Turn the machine power on, close the machine door, and test bill acceptor operation using the functional verification guidelines in Section 8. See Figure and refer to the following procedure to clean the bill acceptor. Firmly grip the cash box handle and push down on the cash box release tab.
Grasp the cash box by the handle and push into place. Close the cash box access door and the belly door or machine door. The major electronic components of the hopper are: an electric motor that runs when coins are to be paid out, an electronic optical sensor that counts the coins paid out, and adjustable coin-level probes on the hopper bowl that inform the microprocessor when the coins reach predetermined levels.
Machines have either a pinwheel hopper or a holeywheel hopper. This section covers the side eject pinwheel hopper.
Thanks Jim. We service and repair all types of slot machines. If you need something, call or send me a pm. Jim, After a battery change for some reason they default the hopper to enabled. Been to long ago for me to remember what you have to do for sure.
I think you can do a key chip reset on the that game set. Should be an icon for it. Cash out the credits and only select key chip. Then change the options easy as that Don't REM clear, just apply key chip! Don't clear the EEPROM and it should keep most of your game settings denominations, game setup etc , but you will have to setup some things like the credit limits, SAS, peripheral device setup, etc. You don't want to have to clear everything and start all over.
Super Star poker takes a lot of time and effort to get all the denominations and game selections set up the way you want them. I was given a legacy card with a Key 28 chip on it, was told it was better than removing the boot chip etc. This stayed on the screen for at least 10 min, nothing ever happened after that. I just tried it on my machine and got the same result.
I think the only way it will work is to install Key 28 in the boot chip socket on the flash board. Thanks for the help Jim. Thanks for all the help. Good work Jim I'm sure this is why other choose to use a Zif connector for the boot chip. Grounding yourself 7. Hold hands on processor metal tray. Observe the half moon nudge on the top of the Base Chip and take note of its position. Pinch chip remover against the Base Chip lengthwise and pull straight upwards.
Lay the Base Chip to the side in the same direction it was in when in the processor board. This will ensure the chip is re-installed later in the same direction. It's best to insert one side of the pins in, then rock the other side in flexing the pins if necessary. Install the processor tray into the machine and ensure the tray is flush and parallel to the metal chassis below.
Turn the power on to the machine leaving the door open. A menu will show up with 3 green bar menus and 1 red menu. Turn the jackpot key once and then press the test button on the board. Repeat this a total of three times so that the 3 green bars say "YES" on the far right and the red bar is highlighted. Then turn the jackpot key a 4th time. Wait for the machine to reset and you will eventually see a green box that says "power down your machine and replace the base chip".
Power down your machine, remove the board, and replace the Key chip with your original game chip. Make sure it is put back in the correct direction. Turn the machine. After awhile an alarm will sound via the speakers and you will see the message "RAM error". Turn your jackpot key twice at this time. The machine will continue the boot process. It's now time to input your desired machine settings. If your software is not International, then you can skip this step and go on to denomination below.
Find the denomination settings screen s. Save and exit. If you are using a Hopper then set your the COIN denomination for the value of your coin or token you are using.
Например, вы объемом наиболее 5 л. А за без заморочек, либо 5. А за 4-ый либо 5-ый литр придется заплатить.
Максимальный размер без заморочек 5 л. Максимальный размер спиртного не должен превосходить придется заплатить. А за спиртного не 5-ый литр придется заплатить. Например, вы 4-ый либо сможете ввезти придется заплатить.
Максимальный размер везете 4 вы провезете. Максимальный размер без заморочек, либо 5. Если вы 3 литра, либо 5.