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Author Topic: IGT S+ Power Supply Voltage - Change from 220v to 110v (or vice-versa)  (Read 1319 times)

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Information contributed by Jim (from Midwest Slots) and stayouttadabunker.

To change an IGT S+ power supply from 220vac to 110vac:

- DISCONNECT THE POWER CORD SUPPLYING THE MACHINE
- Open the power supply
- Remove the Black/purple stripe (# 29) wire from the coil.
- Follow it down to the floor...the other end of it will be plugged into the black bus on the floor.
- Pull it out of there (the number 5 spot on the TB6 bus box) also, and your power supply is now 115Vac.

To be safe, disconnect the harness that connects the motherboard to the power supply, and double check with a voltage tester before reconnecting the power to the motherboard.


To convert a machine from 110v to 220v:

I looked at one I had here and #4 position was empty and the Black/Violet wire was in #5. The schematic is implying that if you pull the wire from #3 and put it in # 4 then you would have 220vac in.   



Because all my machines run out 115VAC, I pull out the purple wire entirely so there's never a chance of something getting in there and turning the power supply into a full blown 220VAC firebox....and you know how big those holes are the top of a power supply....all it takes is one little screw to fall right into that bus on the floor, creating a connection and voila...instant power surge?
« Last Edit: March 11, 2014, 07:44:40 PM by knagl »
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