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Re: IGT S plus payout interrupted
« Reply #20 on: September 22, 2017, 09:59:01 AM »
An easy way to get your chip number is to remove the mpu board and look at the chip. It has a label on top with the number written on it. This will also give you the chance to inspect the mpu board, to make sure there isn't any battery leakage or beverage spills on it. Removing the mpu is easy. It is mounted to a metal tray and located in the bottom of the machine near the cabinet wall, not far from the coin hopper. The outside of the tray has a round black knob. Just pull upward on the knob and the mpu assembly will disconnect from the motherboard below.

When you get the mpu out of the machine you can look it over to make sure no battery leakage is slowly damaging the circuit board. Post a photo of the mpu for us to see. There are 2 larger chips in sockets that have labels, one chip is your SP chip and the other is the SS chip. The SP chip is also called the GAME chip, the SS chip is the REEL chip, that will be written on the board itself near the chips. The SS chip contains the software for your particular game. The SP chip contains the overall operating software for your machine.

If someone has replaced the SS and SP chips in the past they may have used software copies they made or bought. In that case there may not be a label on them and you will have to get the chip numbers by using the other method, going thru the TEST menus. This method isn't hard to do and getting familiar with the TEST menus is something that is good for any S+ owner.

Anytime you get a machine that is new to you it is important to inspect the mpu board. Otherwise you don't know if there is something like battery leakage or water contamination on it.
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Re: IGT S plus payout interrupted
« Reply #21 on: September 22, 2017, 12:46:32 PM »
To find out the game (SP) chip and Reel (SS) chip numbers on your S+, you'll need to push the white test button. On the early S+ if the MPU board is on the left wall at the front, the little white  button will be about way down just under some connectors. On the later models it will be either on the front of the power switch housing or on the back side of it.  Where you can't see it but can reach back and feel it. With the machine on and the door open, push the test button until a 4 shows in the credits played window. Usually about 10 times. You should see 2 sets of numbers, one  will be the Game chip and the other will be the Reel chip.

If there are no credits remaining (you said the credit display is blank), it likely could just be waiting for a coin to be inserted and the next paid game to be played.  It doesn't sound like there's an error code being displayed, and the bottom light on the candle flashing rapidly is typical behavior after the machine is first turned on, until a paid game has been played.

You said the Winner Paid display is alternating between 240 and 1897.  That says to me that the last game paid 240 coins (does that match the pay combo displayed on the reels right now?), and it paid a total of 1897 coins out of the hopper since the "Cash Out" button was pressed.

I really, really think that it's just waiting for a coin to be inserted and a new game started.  Ensure that there's a good sample coin seated properly in the comparator, and adjust the sensitivity down to make it more likely to accept coins if all coins inserted are being rejected to the tray.


Is the insert coin light on when the door is closed? If so put a coin in and see if the spin reels button lights up. If it does push the button and see if it will play a game.

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Re: IGT S plus payout interrupted
« Reply #22 on: September 22, 2017, 06:02:15 PM »
Do you have a coin in the comparator. Many people see this coin as a free coin. It needs to be there. With the door open you can check the comparator by pushing the small button on it to get pseudo credits and keeping the door open push spin reels.
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Re: IGT S plus payout interrupted
« Reply #23 on: December 07, 2017, 12:28:54 PM »
Hello, again. Sorry to be so long in following-up on this. Turns out it just needed to have a coin dropped through the comparitor. After doing that, all is well.


That said, the comparitor needs some adjusting. Sometimes the coins get stuck. Is there a guide?


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Re: IGT S plus payout interrupted
« Reply #24 on: December 07, 2017, 12:29:39 PM »
And, THANK YOU for all the suggestions and hints. Very much appreciated!

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Re: IGT S plus payout interrupted
« Reply #25 on: December 07, 2017, 01:14:15 PM »
Check the plastic mounting clips for the comparitor. Make sure that none are broken and that the comparitor iis snapped in tight on all 4 clips. If your using quarters or tokens, then make sure that all 4 clips are in the forward position on the bracket. If you were running large coins or tokens, then it would be in the back position of the mounting bracket..
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