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.... I am just wanting any negative feedback please. Seriously, I need feedback....

Get married, you'll get all the negative feedback you want.   :garfield:
Well, now it seems that the crook selling counterfeit software has joined as a member of NLG.  His user name is BRAVA2016.  Buyer beware.

Profile for that user shows that he joined NLG back in Nov 2016. ??;u=3213
just wondering if your new to being a dealer. That takes a lot of ahem guts to post that. I respect it to the fullest. I hope to become a vendor in the future so I think thatís amazing you actually asked.
See I donít know about you guys but I personally donít care if it works, I donít want to BUY non-original software. Now me personally, and some may disagree, but... I do get copies made of original software that Iím only using if the card becomes corrupted. If I sold the OEM copy I would immediately DESTROY the copy. Because to me I only have the right to a game I paid for.
shhhhhhh...shoot that makes total sense i got blocked for spam because of my ip being used by someone else i got it unblocked on new site but iíll have to call back and get old site unblocked too. Thanks again!
Some updated info. The battery on the main board was dead. I replaced it but did not charge the new one and it's also dead. Turning on te power I don't get the reels moving or any error codes. I could not find a battery on the upper board, which has an MPU5 plugged into the front of it. I'm going to remove the battery, make sure it charges, then try again, checking all the connections. I could never find am 0018 code so maybe the dead battery was the whole issue. I have ordered a new 1/2 AA lipo, for now I'm using a spare 3.6v, 1200 mah cell from my RC equipment. I keep good cells from bad lipos to use as replacements. You can save an expensive lipo pack, but you need to be very sure you know what you are doing, follow safety routines to the letter, and expect problems. The first charge on an altered pack takes palce outside in an old ammo container, and I have had two packs burn up on the first charge. One was my fault setting the maximum charge MAH way too high, the second just burned up with correct setting and a 2 amp charge rate on a 2000mah pack, or 1C charging.

Please let me know if you have any ideas of things I need to check. I'm going to order a clear and set chip set just in case I need to clear CMOS.



My favorite/versatile machine is my BB1/BB2 conversion. Similar to Jasons machine.
It will play BB1, BB1 dual screen, and BB2 games. Has the tse board, and media player so you can put an image on the top monitor for the games that don't normally have one, or had a feature box on top.
My first BB1 machine I did the BB2 conversion with it. I swapped in 22" bottom and top monitors and OLED button panel. Did the conversion about 5 years ago. Everything worked well and never had problems with the conversion. Just didn't like the look "cosmetically" since the fit and finish wasn't clean like a machine off the assembly line from WMS. I sold it and my NXT converted 550 machine last summer. I started over with a very nice clean late production BB1 machine and a BB2e machine. Figured cosmetically the two machines in original form look and work best for me.
Bally Reel Games / Re: Bally E-Series test shows wrong software code
« Last post by Jackpot on Yesterday at 09:51:49 PM »
IGT lists the program number in the buffer, (hard to find in all that carp: excuse me: machine language) but I have found it in there. I wonder if you can find the whole number if you load it up and look in the buffer?
maybe, or maybe not  :banghead:
Bally Reel Games / 5000+ won't clear
« Last post by meatman1010 on Yesterday at 09:40:13 PM »
Hi, can't seem to clear the 5000+ . Did the board pulled out partially  and turn on thing, but c l won' come up at the top. Tried it 4, 5 times and waited , but still nothing. I have no clear chips for this one. Am I missing something.  Is there another way so I can do a full clear with out getting  clear chips...and does any one know what dc voltage is suppose to go to the silonoid below the coin mechanism. Thank you very much. ..

Bally Reel Games / Re: Bally E-Series test shows wrong software code
« Last post by Badbaud on Yesterday at 09:39:22 PM »
63-388 good luck.
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