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Omega 904 board
« on: October 17, 2015, 12:05:21 PM »
Looking for schematics and manual for this machine. It is a 904 board and has version 23.91 to .95 chips in it. Right now I have no sound but need to check the speaker connections and figure out which  pot is for the sound? Maybe the one marked V. On what I believe to be the sound circuit, there are 2 resistors that were replaced but it might have needed more replaced than those. This is my first casino style poker game. I have had Greyhounds, Kramer and Drews and others but have had no experience with the casino ones with a hopper. It will run the hopper on every 5 coin payout unless it is after there are credits on the machine. I wonder if this is to circulate the hopper or to keep a better ration of coins in and out. I am wondering also how to make it a Double Up game? Will it be a chip change or a dip switck setting? Also does another button need to be added for that.
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Re: Omega 904 board
« Reply #1 on: October 17, 2015, 04:38:02 PM »
Just for the hell of it, can you post a picture of the machine, inside and out?
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Re: Omega 904 board
« Reply #2 on: November 21, 2015, 11:20:47 PM »
Looking for schematics and manual for this machine. It is a 904 board and has version 23.91 to .95 chips in it. Right now I have no sound but need to check the speaker connections and figure out which  pot is for the sound? Maybe the one marked V. On what I believe to be the sound circuit, there are 2 resistors that were replaced but it might have needed more replaced than those. This is my first casino style poker game. I have had Greyhounds, Kramer and Drews and others but have had no experience with the casino ones with a hopper. It will run the hopper on every 5 coin payout unless it is after there are credits on the machine. I wonder if this is to circulate the hopper or to keep a better ration of coins in and out. I am wondering also how to make it a Double Up game? Will it be a chip change or a dip switck setting? Also does another button need to be added for that.
Thanks in advance ....
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rokgpsman edited a photo that I uploaded for my 903 board detailing the sound pot and rgb pots. It should be the same for your 904 if I am not mistaken. I do have schematics for the 903 if you are interested. It is not an identical board but very close. pm me your email if interested.



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