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Hi Amechanic,

Ok my mpu is a 502 rev a.

So, If I understand what you said, I must replace by the same mpu 502 with rev a.

And what about all the others parts like I/o board, VFD, VFD board ... must be also a « rev a » ?

Hello everyone.  First time for me.  Just bought a IGT S Plus Haywire skit machine.  Anything in particular I should know?  Seems to be working fine so far.  Will be a Christmas present.  Thanks in advance.
Good afternoon!

I'm searching for a top glass with a progressive display window for a Triple Double Diamond game.  My machine is an S2000 slant top.  The glass is approx. 9 inches tall by 19.5 inches wide.

You might be able to adjust the positioning of the deflection yoke on the crt slightly to move the image downward a bit, then adjust the screen vert position pot to center the image. If you try this be careful, there are high voltages present in that area. Sometimes on a crt yoke there are rubber wedges for making these type of adjustments. Don't move anything drastically, and don't move anything horizontally, just do minor downward movement and then check to see the effect.

Always remember - even with power off the crt has a very large stored voltage. Don't mess with the anode connection (the large wire that connects to the side of the crt glass underneath a thick rubber covering)
Bally Electromechanical / Re: Bally 944 Super Dice
« Last post by DavidLee on Today at 01:40:51 PM »
Watch for machines on Craigslist. I’ve averaged out the price on all the machines I bought over the past 2 years. It’s right around $160.00 each. Most were machines that were barely running or not at all.
If you want a machine that is in good running condition, they average $450. in So-Cal.
Preferably I like to buying machines that need some cleaning and repair.
Best bet is to check the Craigslist in your area and or any other local sites that sell stuff.

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That's not bad. I've had the worse. If your game has the plastic bezel for the monitor that won't be seen. There are a couple EPROMs on the board that could be causing it, or #192 which I believe is the Vert., output.
Bally Electromechanical / Re: Bally 944 Super Dice
« Last post by tuna on Today at 01:13:36 PM »
Midwest ballpark prices?
Bally Electromechanical / Re: Bally 944 Super Dice
« Last post by Amechanic on Today at 01:07:20 PM »
Hard to say. Prices depend a lot on location.
Bally Electromechanical / Re: Bally 944 Super Dice
« Last post by tuna on Today at 12:37:43 PM »
Being new to Bally EM's any rule of thumb price wise for 809, 831, 873, 742a for complete machines no broken glass?

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