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IGT S2000 and Vision Games / Re: My IGT S2000 and My Newbie Questions
« Last post by Shaggy on Today at 09:05:23 AM »
New user with new to me machine and my questions. This is my first experience with these things so I am as green as they come. I have good mechanical capabilities and almost no electronic experience or capabilities. I have perused the forum to see what I could pick up and now I'm out to pick the minds of those who know.

A picture of my circuit board (whatever you call it) is attached to help you help me figure out what I have and what I am doing. I see the battery that I was asked about and would prefer to keep it. If regular replacement is best to prevent leakage and corrosion I can do that. I would like to obtain the keys to clear and set other parameters so I have them if and when I need them. If anyone could help me identify and procure them that would be great.

BTW, I do have bulletin board experience so I understand the etiquette as it pertains to those other boards, if I need correction here, like putting a thread or post in a different place, please point me in the right direction. I'm usually pretty well behaved so you shouldn't have to put me in jail.   :dancing_2:

Thanks in advance for your help and patience,
Mark

Edit, I'll add a pic of the machine here too, if it lets me.



Hi again Mark. You're doing great. The green Varta battery has already been removed from your board. The "coin cell" battery (which is still on yours) needs to remain. It will have to be changed occasionally, but isn't the danger, the other battery would be. The board is called an MPU or CPU either is correct. If you refer to it with one of those, everyone will understand. Our vendors on the home page should have the key and clear chips, you will need. Also there is a key, number 2341, that goes in the right side above the arm, you will need if you don't have that. Instructions on use should come with the key chip and clear chip. If that time comes and you're unsure, just ask. This the correct forum for your machine. We haven't had to put anybody in slot machine jail for a while.  :arrowthruhead: When I post pics, I download them as Rockgpsman said, to my computer, then upload them. I don't downsize them first and mine always come through fine. Get your chips and jackpot reset key and you are ready to go. It's called a jackpot reset key but is also used for other functions. Hope this helps.

Dave

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Mark,  :NLG_WELCOME:  One thing you will need to look at is to see if the green varta battery is still on your mpu board. These batteries will leak in time and possibility ruin your board. These batteries are not needed for home use. If you have a 500 series board you can remove just the battery, if a enhanced board 1270 you will need to also remove u-16. Post a pic of your mpu board and we can see what you have. Remember make sure the power is OFF before removing any components.

So as not to clutter up the welcome wagon I started up a thread to move forward on learning my machine. Here's a link to it.  http://newlifegames.com/nlg/index.php?topic=15243.msg81317#msg81317

Thanks.
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IGT S2000 and Vision Games / My IGT S2000 and My Newbie Questions
« Last post by Conquistador on Today at 08:05:35 AM »
New user with new to me machine and my questions. This is my first experience with these things so I am as green as they come. I have good mechanical capabilities and almost no electronic experience or capabilities. I have perused the forum to see what I could pick up and now I'm out to pick the minds of those who know.

A picture of my circuit board (whatever you call it) is attached to help you help me figure out what I have and what I am doing. I see the battery that I was asked about and would prefer to keep it. If regular replacement is best to prevent leakage and corrosion I can do that. I would like to obtain the keys to clear and set other parameters so I have them if and when I need them. If anyone could help me identify and procure them that would be great.

BTW, I do have bulletin board experience so I understand the etiquette as it pertains to those other boards, if I need correction here, like putting a thread or post in a different place, please point me in the right direction. I'm usually pretty well behaved so you shouldn't have to put me in jail.   :dancing_2:

Thanks in advance for your help and patience,
Mark

Edit, I'll add a pic of the machine here too, if it lets me.

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IGT I-Game and Game King / Re: game king no boot, no video
« Last post by puckhead on Today at 07:46:40 AM »
the first problem was the monitor. turned out to be a bad cap on the power supply, c 105. 47uf, 50v.    after the monitor came up, i did a key 28 set up and it works. on boot i get an occasional zero flash error, but most times it boots normally. not sure what that is. ps- it was a tovis monitor.
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when you open the cash can door, there was a switch mounted in one of two places, underneath the lock opening, or mounted to the right side wall of the housing.  if still hooked up to the switch,  remove from the switch and cut the ends off, strip the wires and twist them together. 

pictures of your machine and the cash can area will help. 

codes are located on a decal that is applied to the lamp assembly mounted on the door.

Jim
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That sounds like the software I need.

From looking at the reel strips, Pink Pearl appears to be a clone of Diamonds and Pearls. I'd still need the correct software for each game so that the proper artwork appears on the upper monitor.

I forgot to mention that all of these games have the free games bonus symbol on the 3rd reel.

Here is a picture of the reel strips from Diamond & Pearls as well as Red & Black Sevens.
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NLG Classified ads and White Sheet / Re: WTB Bally Alpha game software
« Last post by Harp on Today at 06:09:57 AM »
Diamonds and Pearls, trying to find the others

3 Reels, 27 Lines, 270 Credits Max Bet
    Confgurable Lines: 5, 9, 15, 20, 25, 27
    Confgurable Credits: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 10
    Multi-Denomination Denominations Available: 1, 2, 5, 10, 20, 25, 50, $1, $2, $5, $10, $25
    Recommended Confguration 25 Lines, 5 Credits per Line, 125 Credits Max Bet, 1
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Harp,
Yes, I'm still looking.

Are the softwares for Diamonds & Pearls and Pink Pearl for a 3 reel, 5 line?
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NLG Classified ads and White Sheet / Re: WTB Bally Alpha game software
« Last post by Harp on Today at 03:13:28 AM »
Still looking for game software?

I have Diamonds & Pearls 300220A, Pink Pearls 300372A and Mythic Lamp ASGMYTHICLMP-00 not Mystic Lamp
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