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IGT PE and PE Plus Poker Games / Re: New member needs help on inop slot
« Last post by knagl on Yesterday at 11:29:35 PM »
Is the candle flashing on top of the machine at all when it's powered on (the light tower)?  It kind of looks like the lower light is flashing.  If so, that's somewhat of a good sign -- it means your MPU board is talking to the rest of the machine.  However, it likely has an error on the screen, but of course that would require you to be able to see the screen!  I suspect that your monitor is faulty.  I'm not a CRT expert, however, so I'm not sure what your next troubleshooting steps would be in regards to that.

I would suggest maybe starting a new post in the monitor repair section since I believe your biggest issue right now is monitor related, not machine-specific.  I'd definitely include the picture you took which shows what the monitor is displaying.

http://newlifegames.com/nlg/index.php?board=30.0

Once you get your monitor working, we can walk you through the rest of the steps needed to make your machine functional from a setup standpoint.
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Bally Reel Games / Re: E2000 machine
« Last post by moonguar on Yesterday at 09:51:52 PM »
I want to thank you guys for your responses.  Turns out there was a grounding problem on the door circuit.  One of the gray wires had detached from the coin return switch causing the dependent components on the door to lose their ground including the coin switch.  Soldered it back up - problem solved.  There are a few parts I need though so I will be ordering them tomorrow.
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Bally Reel Games / Re: E2000 machine
« Last post by Badbaud on Yesterday at 09:22:16 PM »
Apologize for butting in, we have all of the older slot parts including EM and E-series plus, *sigh*, hundreds of spare E-series boards.

PM me if you need something.
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TITO - Ticket in Ticket Out / Re: Bally Alpha Elite V32 Gen2 Printer issues
« Last post by rickhunter on Yesterday at 09:10:31 PM »
There are some black rectangle looking things on one side of the paper.  You need to feed with the first black bar on the left hand side facing up.  There should be an illustration of some sort under the paper to indicate which way it goes.  If that doesn't work, you may have a bad printer.
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WMS Reel Games / Re: Williams 40X tilt
« Last post by markb7605 on Yesterday at 08:50:41 PM »
It was bad optics thank you for the help
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Bally Reel Games / Re: E2000 machine
« Last post by rokgpsman on Yesterday at 08:44:01 PM »
A good place to start is to check any fuses in the machine, make sure the power cord is in good condition and connected inside the machine. Also measure the power supply voltages, they should have labels near the test points on the circuit board. Post photos of your machine and the circuit boards so we can see if anything is wrong.
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IGT PE and PE Plus Poker Games / Re: New member needs help on inop slot
« Last post by skipjack on Yesterday at 08:41:28 PM »
Below is a photo of a coin comparitor with the "sample" coin installed. The comparitor compares the electronic signal of the sample coin to the coins that get inserted into the machine by a player. Those coins not matching the sample coin are rejected and returned to the player in the coin tray on the front of the machine. So you need to install a sample coin that is the type of coin or token that you want to use to play the machine. The sample coin fits into a groove or slot on the left side of the coin holder, and the slide cover should move to the left and cover as much of the coin as possible. The slide cover screw should be moderately tight so that the cover fits right over the coin with little gap.

The main logic circuit board is called the "mpu" board. If you look on the front edge of your mpu board you will see a blue wheel, that is the volume control pot.

The dipswitch on the mpu board is not used on PE+ models, the options are set by pressing the white TEST button inside the machine and getting into the menu system. Of course you would need to be able to see the monitor display to do this. (one of the dipswitches might be utilized, it selects the line frequency (60hz/50hz) for the power the machine is connected to).

Welcome to NLG!
We have several pinball hobbyists here, so there is some cross-over between the two hobbies.

Thanks for the info and picture, I now have a quarter in my coin comparitor!
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IGT PE and PE Plus Poker Games / Re: New member needs help on inop slot
« Last post by Amechanic on Yesterday at 08:16:16 PM »
If your machine has been sitting as long as you say, I would want to remove and reseat the games EPROMs that are in sockets to make sure they have a good connections. I would also do the same to any game board connections.
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NLG Classified ads and White Sheet / WTB: (White) Player tracking keypads
« Last post by Yoeddy1 on Yesterday at 08:11:42 PM »
Hi guys,


I need player tracking button pads that aren't yellow.  Does anybody have any nice white ones?


I need 2 of the rectangular type, and one square type.  See pics.


Thanks,
Jason
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IGT PE and PE Plus Poker Games / Re: New member needs help on inop slot
« Last post by rokgpsman on Yesterday at 07:59:12 PM »
Below is a photo of a coin comparitor with the "sample" coin installed. The comparitor compares the electronic signal of the sample coin to the coins that get inserted into the machine by a player. Those coins not matching the sample coin are rejected and returned to the player in the coin tray on the front of the machine. So you need to install a sample coin that is the type of coin or token that you want to use to play the machine. The sample coin fits into a groove or slot on the left side of the coin holder, and the slide cover should move to the left and cover as much of the coin as possible. The slide cover screw should be moderately tight so that the cover fits right over the coin with little gap.

The main logic circuit board is called the "mpu" board. If you look on the front edge of your mpu board you will see a blue wheel, that is the volume control pot.

The dipswitch on the mpu board is not used on PE+ models, the options are set by pressing the white TEST button inside the machine and getting into the menu system. Of course you would need to be able to see the monitor display to do this. (one of the dipswitches might be utilized, it selects the line frequency (60hz/50hz) for the power the machine is connected to).

Welcome to NLG!
We have several pinball hobbyists here, so there is some cross-over between the two hobbies.
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