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CEI Poker Machine Problems (transfer, started 2008)
« on: April 08, 2014, 08:53:28 PM »
Topic started by: kenokarz on November 16, 2008, 10:29:37 PM; Thread consolidated & transferred from old site


Got one of these pokers up and running for the chicago show , still have some problems but did get to play,  this has a cc40 coin
mech that looks like no voltage , anyone know if these are right for this machine?  Also has a gpt b/v.   Here are some pics


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Re: CEI Poker Machine Problems (transfer)
« Reply #1 on: April 08, 2014, 08:56:39 PM »
Title: cei poker machine problems
Post by: kenokarz on November 16, 2008, 10:29:37 PM

Got one of these pokers up and running for the chicago show , still have some problems but did get to play,  this has a cc40 coin
mech that looks like no voltage , anyone know if these are right for this machine?  Also has a gpt b/v.   Here are some pics
PICT1950-52
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Title: Re: cei poker machine running
Post by: Neonkiss on November 17, 2008, 07:14:22 AM

Mine also has the CC-40 comparator.
I'll get my manual copied and post it as a Pdf.

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Title: Re: cei poker machine running / help please
Post by: kenokarz on November 17, 2008, 10:14:26 PM

OK got the coin mech problem taken care of , it was a fuse on the mother board not giving me 110 v to transformer to the coin mech,
what neonkiss and i need is some major help, we are coming up with a mux error code, what this is is the board is looking for a b/v
that is not on the machine, we are running 906 III turbo boards, and need to know how to disable the b/v  i got into some of the menu
area but does not show how to turn off b/v this has to be on the main CPU someplace  because when i put this board into a machine
with a b/v everything works fine any ideas would be a great.   

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Title: Re: cei poker machine running
Post by: kenokarz on November 18, 2008, 10:30:23 PM

I got into the learn menu and shut the b/v off, unplugged all the b/v stuff and the machine still comes up with the mux error
seems like the machine is not saving the settings, but if i go back into the learn mode it shows the b/v  none
what am i doing wrong ???

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Title: Re: cei poker machine running
Post by: KirkLasVegas on November 20, 2008, 08:13:28 PM

If I am not mistaken, my CEI had the "MUX ERROR" also displayed on the left side of the tube. It was looking for a SAS/network or host. I too could not get it to go away, despite turning off the Host mode.
The B/V worked just fine. in fact the entire machine worked fine....

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Title: Re: cei poker machine problems
Post by: kenokarz on November 20, 2008, 09:24:53 PM

gostryder is going to check it out and let me know. I have not tried the host mode yet, my b/v is junk. I would like to sell machine but the the people that were looking at it want  the mux error to go away.  Someone out there has to know more about these machine than i do. Neonkiss is also having the same problem, any old timers out there that have had this problem ???

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Title: Re: cei poker machine problems
Post by: doyson on November 26, 2008, 07:46:49 PM

On the mux error on cei 906 III t+ boards the only way to clear it
is to have the mux board connected to the serial port there is no way
turn it off with the software in the game board.

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Title: Re: cei poker machine problems
Post by: Neonkiss on November 26, 2008, 08:13:52 PM

Kenokarz, My MUX error message is gone. I wish I could tell you how I did it. All I can say is I removed the battery from the board when I put it on the shelf for storage. I haven't done anything with it for over a year. You then started this thread and I went out and installed a new battery in my board. When I powered it up the error was gone and has not returned. You may want to try unsoldering the battery. Then short out the + and - on the board. You may have to leave this on for a while to drain any voltage stored in the caps. Then re-install your battery.
Just a thought,
Robert K


 

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